The groups are being invited to apply for funding from Northumberland County Council’s community chest scheme.
Grants of 75% up to a maximum of £5,000 are available and there is no minimum amount for applications.
The deadline for the next round of funding is January 14.
Cllr Barry Flux, business chair, said: “Community groups are often enthusiastic to do more to meet the needs of their communities, but lack of money is often a major obstacle for them.
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"The community chest is a popular grant fund and is aimed at helping these hard-working groups finance worthwhile community causes.
"We have made it as simple as possible to apply for the grant, so please do get in touch if you think you have a project, we may be able to help you fund.”
For more or to apply visit www.northumberland.gov.uk and type in ‘Community Chest’ in the search box or email [email protected]