Living God's Love Values - Generosity, Joy, Imagination and Courage
Living God's Love Values - Generosity, Joy, Imagination and Courage


‘Living Lightly’ – Green Grant Programme

Parishes are invited to apply for grant aid towards running an eco-project. There are four categories of grant, all of which help the environment, namely:

  • Energy and Resource use
  • The Churchyard
  • Faith and Outreach projects
  • Practical Lifestyle actions

Full details of the programme can be found in the Living Lightly Leaflet .

Parishes should make their application for a grant using the Green Grant Programme Application Form .

Other Sources for Parish Fundraising

A Guide to Charitable Grants for Churches

Environment-Charitable Grants

A wealth of contact details for small and large grants for churches covering conservation, preservation, heritage and restoration; community projects, improving community facilities and activities, plus information on the Landfill Communities Fund and Lottery Funding, have been brought together in one report. Download the free report here:
Charitable Grants for Churches – July 2020

Supermarket giant, Tesco

groundwork1– in conjunction with Groundwork, is offering up to £12,000 for local projects to improve green spaces in the community.

Visit their website to find out more about this project .


Scientists in Congregations Award

Churches across England are being invited to apply for grants of up to £10,000 to fund innovative projects fostering a better understanding between science and faith.

Large or small-scale project proposals are being invited from Christian churches in all areas of the country for ‘Scientists in Congregations’, a scheme aimed at inspiring discussion and learning about the relationship between faith and science.

Scientists in Congregations Award information

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