Betty Messenger Charitable Foundation

Betty Messenger Charitable Foundation’s Grant Programme for Small Charities

Small grants of between £100-£1,000 are available to small charities who are temporarily struggling but otherwise viable.

The Small Charities Coalition has been awarded £50,000 from the Betty Messenger Charitable Foundation to make available as small grants to organisations who are temporarily struggling, but otherwise viable.

Small grants of between £100-£1,000 are available to small charities who are temporarily struggling but otherwise viable.

This guidance describes what the fund will support and how to apply.

Type of organisation

  • Grants are made to organisations that are primarily UK-based, and when overseas only through UK-based charities.
  • Funding is only available to registered charities.
  • Organisations must have been established for at least one year, and must be able to produce either independently examined or management accounts.

Definition of small
The definition of a small charity is any organisation with an income of under £1 million.

Particular areas of interest

  • Care of those suffering from disease
  • Caring in the community for disabled and people on the margin
  • End of life
  • Education
  • Interfaith projects with a focus engendering tolerance and breaking down prejudice
  • Medical projects

Exclusions 

  • General appeals
  • Individuals
  • Non-registered charities
  • Organisations which adopt a partisan political stance or activities which are party political

 

Guidelines are here

Application for is here

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