CASH has been awarded to seven health improvement projects in Kirklees.
The community groups will receive more than £6,000 from North Kirklees Primary Care Trust Chairman's Fund.
The money is to help improve the wellbeing of people living in Batley, Dewsbury and the Spen valley.
The scheme was launched in 2003 by the PCT's chairman Barry Seal to try to encourage people to develop local health projects.
Mr Seal said he was delighted the cash fund scheme had proved so popular.
"Our vision is for people to understand and take more control of their own health so they can achieve their full potential in life," he said.
Last year six community groups received more than £8,000 in grants.
The groups who have been selected to receive money from the fund this year are:
Birstall Breast Feeding Project, Savile Town Young Women's Network, Batley Mencap, Branches Day Centre in Batley, the Society for the Blind, The National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease, and Sure Start Thornhill.