Community groups who could do with a helping hnand have until Friday to apply for a grant from our £100,000 grants treasure chest.
The Yorkshire Evening Post has teamed up with Comic Relief and Leeds Community Foundation to hand out cash boosts to worthy causes.
Community Cash grants of between £500 and £1,000 are up for grabs for small organisations in the region.
Suitable groups must be local and working in disadvantaged or deprived areas.
Sue Wicks, UK grants manager for Comic Relief, said: “Comic Relief is delighted to be working with the Yorkshire Evening Post offering Red Nose Day Community Cash once again to local groups in and around Leeds.
“We know from our experience that local groups can make a huge impact at the heart of their communities with a small amount of money.
“Thanks to these groups, money raised through Red Nose Day can make a real difference where it’s needed most.”
Red Nose Day Community Cash in Leeds is a grant scheme worth £100,000.
Grants are available to small organisations that are working to help local people living tough lives in the city.
The grants are available to community organisations, registered charities, social enterprises, co-operatives, faith organisations and community interest companies.
Groups which have been established for less than 12 months, are eligible to apply.
Groups eligible to apply for Red Nose Day Community Cash grants need to be working in a disadvantaged or deprived area; be a small local group with an income of less that £100,000 run by local people and have limited access to other sources of income
Examples of activities grants can fund are parent and toddler groups, equipment and material for sport groups and community festivals.
Visit: www.leedscf.org.uk/apply-for-grant/open-grants-programme/ before Friday.
Red Nose Day is on Friday, March 15.