Children in Need is looking to make a difference to disadvantaged children and young people in Uxbridge.
The BBC charity has funding allocated for Uxbridge and wants projects that help youngsters facing poverty and deprivation, behavioural or psychological difficulties, disability or issues surrounding distress, abuse and neglect, to apply for a grant.
The charity is lacking applicants from the area and wants to make sure no-one misses out.
There are five projects supported by BBC Children in Need around Uxbridge at the moment but any charity or not-for-profit organisation working with disadvantaged under 18-year-olds is able to apply for a grant.
There are two grant programmes available, a Small Grants Programme, for grants of up to £10,000 to support projects for up to a year and a Main Grants Programme, for grants over £10,000 to support projects for up to three years.
Kerry Luker, manager for BBC Children in Need’s London and South East team said: “We are really keen for more projects in Uxbridge to come forward and apply for funding, so that we can support more disadvantaged children and young people in this area.
“Please do refer to our website for our funding guidelines, and give us a call if you’d like to discuss this further. We look forward to hearing from you.”
To find out more head to bbc.co.uk/pudsey .