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Black Funding Network believe we can only achieve racial equity through collaboration, co-creation and community. Here are some of the other infrastructure organisations supporting Black led community changemakers:  


Organisations we want to share:


If you feel there is a community led organisation that we should share, please get in touch.


Kwanda is a platform designed to both help and encourage individuals giving back to, and building within black communities

Common Call

A fund launched for UK Black-led charities and social enterprises supporting communities impacted by Covid-19

REsourcing Racial Justice Fund

The Resourcing Racial Justice fund is a coalition of people of colour (POC) innovators, change makers, activists, artists and social leaders dedicated to social change.  

Avocado Programme

AVOCADO is a unique and exciting opportunity for ten BAME groups to develop and achieve sustainable growth.


Ubele Initiative


 The Ubele Initiative is a social enterprise with a mission to contribute to the sustainability of the African Diaspora community. 

Baoab Collective Fund


The Baobab Collective Fund is a new £3 million fund to grow, sustain and strengthen Black and Global majority communities that are resisting racial injustice in the UK.

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Express your interest for Spring 2022 Fundraiser

(Organisations we Support Through our Funding Events

We support Black founded (African, Caribbean and mixed heritage) and led non-profit organisations,  giving our members the fulfilling opportunity to invest their time and resources in organisations where values and giving priorities align with theirs. BFN supports organisations working on solutions for social mobility, poverty alleviation, racial equity, education and youth services, community development, arts and cultural advancement, history and heritage, and social enterprise.

Black-founded and led non-profit organisation

The organisations we help are Black-founded and led non-profit organisations. 

Employ between 3 and 20 people

We want to ensure the organisations we support are Small and will benefit from the funding we secure for them.

Annual Income less that £100,000

We support small, under-resourced organisations to gain funding & support for their projects through our quarterly funding events, pitch presentation coaching and much more.

Making an impact

The organisations we open our funding events to are making an impact in our communities. From who they work with, to how they are making change.

Community engagement

The organisations we support through our funding events have a high level of community engagement.
If you match these criteria, please click here to share your expression of interest for our next Funding Event – closing date 20th March 2022
“We are each other’s harvest”
- Gwendolyn Brooks