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Legacy income is on the rise in Wales

Legacy income is on the rise in Wales and smaller charities are punching above their weight, according to our new report ‘Welsh Legacy Fundraising Market 2019’ released today Almost £20 million is being donated to the top legacy-earning charities headquartered in Wales annually. These 70 charities raise one quarter of their total voluntary income through legacies, […]

The A B Charitable Trust (ABCT)

Provide grants for charities registered and working in the UK that defend human rights and promote respect for vulnerable individuals in the UK. Most grants are  between £10,000 to £20,000. To be eligible applicants should have an annual income of between £150,000 and £1.5 million with no substantial investments or surpluses. Project must address at least one of the […]

Ashworth Charitable Trust

The Ashworth Charitable Trust is a small grant-making charity that primarily supports registered charities undertaking humanitarian causes locally, nationally or internationally that share the Trust’s vision and underlying principles. The Trust’s underlying principles are: The oneness of humanity. The establishment of true justice. The paramount importance of education for all. The need to address the situation […]

Keep It Tidy- Walsall fund are now op...

Applications for KIT (Keep It Tidy) Walsall fund are now open.   Grants are available up to £2,000 to existing and new community groups for the purposes of cleaning Walsall’s urban environment, so that the high streets are a more pleasant place to shop, work, stroll and enjoy. The aims of the funding programme are: […]

Duke of Devonshire’s Charitable Trust

The Duke of Devonshire’s Charitable Trust is a small grant-making family charity providing assistance to local capital projects. Preference is generally given to charities in North East Derbyshire, North Yorkshire and the Eastbourne area but support further afield may be agreed at the Trustees discretion. Please read the guidelines thoroughly as incomplete applications will not […]

Applying to the Lottery

Under the new lottery programmes, the key areas to focus on, and demonstrate are: people led – meaningfully involving the people you’re working with in the development and delivery of your activity strengths based – making the most of the skills that already exist in communities connected – understanding what other relevant organisations are doing and developing good […]

Philip Henman Trust

The Philip Henman Trust offers grants to major UK- based charities, who are concerned with long-term overseas development and who require partnership funding for projects lasting between three and five years. These grants are split into annual payments (between £3,000 and £5,000 P.A.) with a maximum total of £25,000. Once the grant has been approved […]

The DWF Foundation

The DWF Foundation has one purpose: providing funds, resources and support to help local communities achieve their full potential.  The DWF Foundation supports registered charities with an impact in one or more of the following areas: Homelessness Health & Wellbeing Employability Education The Foundation gives grants to initiatives that develop and improve local communities by: Tackling […]

Why grant applications fail…..

Funding Psychology

Adjectives of a Moral Person When asked to describe an honest person. women gave the following adjectives – Kind, Caring, Compassionate, Helpful, Friendly, Fair, Hard Working, Generous and Honest. And men – Strong, Responsible and Loyal. Its been shown that using 2 or 3 of these words in asks for donations increases giving by 10%

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