The Stuart Croft Foundation

Stuart Croft was an innovative artist whose moving image practice involved the language of genre cinema, appropriation and circular narratives. The Foundation’s mission is to make accessible the legacy and archive of artist filmmaker Stuart Croft,…

http://www.stuartcroftfoundation.org/

Iran Heritage Foundation Grants

The Iran Heritage Foundation is a non political UK registered charity founded in 1995 to protect and promote Iranian cultural heritage. It is concerned with the history, language and culture of Iran and the Persianate world…

http://www.iranheritage.org/grants.html

Art Licks Weekend

The Art Licks Weekend is a festival that showcases the work of pioneering young artists, curators, galleries and project spaces in London. Organised by Art Licks, an essential platform and voice for the lesser known and under represented…

http://artlicksweekend.com/

Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

Grants for running costs or one off capital costs to charities and not for profit organisations in accordance with criteria that are regularly reviewed and decided by the Trustees. In July 2008, the Trustees reviewed its grants…

http://www.trusthousecharitablefoundation.org.uk

Hubbub

Crowdfunding platform dedicated to projects by students and anybody who is connected to education.

http://hubbub.net

City Enterprise Services

The City Enterprise Service is a free walk in centre offering assistance for small businesses and technology start ups.The service provides advice on a range of business and legal matters. It is run by law students of…

http://www.city.ac.uk/law/careers/pro-bono-professional/information-for-clients

Faena Arts Center

Faena Arts Center is an exhibition space in Buenos Aires located in a former flour mill’s machine room. They also award an annual Faena Prize for new site sensitive work that engages with temporality and duration as prime materials…

http://www.faena.com/faena-art-center

Creative Industry Finance

Creative Industry Finance is an Arts Council England initiative offering business development support and access to finance for creative industry enterprises.

http://www.creativeindustryfinance.org.uk/

Big Society Capital

Big Society Capital is an independent financial institution. They were established to develop and shape a sustainable social investment market in the UK. This gives organisations tackling major social issues access to new sources of finance to…

http://www.bigsocietycapital.com/

Developing your Creative Practice

Arts Council England’s newest fund, Developing your Creative Practice, offers funding to individual practitioners based in England who are looking to undertake development activities where a clear development opportunity has been identified. There are 4 application…

http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/DYCP

Fidelio Charitable Trust

Fidelio welcomes applications for grants in support of the Arts, in particular the dramatic and operatic arts, music, speech and dance. Institutions, colleges, Arts Festivals and other arts organisations in the United Kingdom, may seek financial support…

http://www.fideliocharitabletrust.org.uk/index.php

The Jonathan Ruffer Curatorial Grants Programme

Grants awarded through this programme aim to help sustain and promote curatorial development and collections based research through making grants to individuals. The Art Fund will award grants totaling £50,000 annually through this scheme.…

http://cfba.org.uk/jonathan-ruffer-curatorial-grants-programme/

The Fenton Arts Trust

The Trust has three objectives: to support final year and postgraduate students through the award scholarships or bursaries, to provide grants to support and reward work or performance by individuals early in their careers, and to…

http://www.fentonartstrust.org.uk/

FLAMIN

FLAMIN supports London based artists working in moving image and administers the Jarman Award in association with Channel 4 and the Whitechapel Gallery. This award offers a £10,000 cash prize and a Broadcast Commission for a series of short…

http://flamin.filmlondon.org.uk/

The John Ruskin Prize

  The Campaign for Drawing, in collaboration with the Guild of St George, announces a new art award: The John Ruskin Prize. The prize will be awarded to the best wall mounted artwork on the theme A…

http://www.thebigdraw.org/ruskinprize

Crowdfunder

Dedicated to the creative industries in the UK but does not seem to be as popular as the other sites; if the target is not raised no money changes hands. The site deducts 5%.  

http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/

IndieGoGo

International site, well established. IndieGoGo charges a 4% fee on the money you raise when you meet your funding goal. (The fee is 9% if you do not meet your funding goal, but it will allow to keep the…

http://www.indiegogo.com/

Kickstarter

Kickstarter is the most successful site at present – $340m for 70,000 projects since 2009 – and has a huge audience. They charge 5% fees on successful projects. Pledges accepted from anywhere in the world, and support recently added…

http://www.kickstarter.com/help/school