The winners have been revealed in the inaugural Community Choices campaign.
Nineteen organisations from across Cumbria will share £580,000 to invest in projects in their local community.
Sellafield Ltd launched the scheme in partnership with Cumbria Community Foundation, CN Group and CFM in January.
Its aim is to let the public decide where community funding should be spent.
In total, 43 organisations working in Allerdale and Copeland were shortlisted for the chance to win up to £50,000.
Thousands of votes were cast before the polls closed on 26 March.
Helen Fisher, head of social impact at Sellafield Ltd, said: “I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to nominate their project and everyone who voted.
“The interest this has generated in community projects has been fantastic.
“Congratulations to all of the winners who will all make a huge contribution to their local communities.
“Community Choices is all about local people taking the future of their area into their own hands.”
Improving Cumbria category
Save Scafell Pike – Nurture Lakeland
Creative Wellbeing Creative Energy! Allerdale, Copeland, Carlisle – Creative Wellbeing
ThisCumbrianGirlCan – Cumbria Rugby Union Football Club
Reimagine Rosehill – Rosehill Arts Trust
Improving Health and Wellbeing
Wigton Baths Needs Better Showers – Wigton Baths Trust
Fit for Life – Mirehouse Residents Group
Improving Accessibility – Watchtree Trails – Watchtree Wheelers
Seascale Community Fitness Centre Development – SASRA Ltd
Improving Social Inclusion
Adventure Training Equipment – 2199 (Workington) Air Squadron ATC
Healthy Hopes – Healthy Hopes Cumbria
Moving Forward to Employment – CROPT
Citizens Advice Mental Health Project – Citizens Advice
Supporting Stronger Communities
Punch Bowl Inn Community Pub – Punch Bowl (Broughton) Ltd
Seascale Community Beach Park – Seascale Community Beach Park Project
Revamp the Solway Hall – Rosehill Youth Theatre & Solway Hall
Supporting the Younger Generation
A Voice for All! – Mayfield School Development Fund
Youth Rugby Development Programme – Egremont RUFC
Freedom Project – Improving Lives for Children and Young People – West Cumbria Domestic Violence
Keeping our Young People Safe and Improving Their Wellbeing – Safety Net (UK)