Funders table

This is my lost of grant funders, I can not guarantee its accuracy and strongly advise you check details before applying to ensure you are eligible and that the project criteria matched the funders interests. Its made up of the funders I most often come across on funding searches so will hopefully provide some matches for your work

The search box provides a very simple means of looking for key words


FUNDERDescriptionMin grantMax grantDeadlinesnotesDate updatedWhat they fundFund non charity?ExclusionsDo they fund capitalDo they fund core activitywebsiteLevel of grants distributed
AB Charitable TrustThe A B Charitable Trust (ABCT) is an independent, UK based grant-making organisation founded in 1990 that is concerned with promoting and defending human dignity. Normally funds charities with incomes between £150k and £1.5 million750010000Online application form24.2.2021Asylum, General, human
Adrian Swire Charitable TrustThe aim of the Swire Charitable Trust is to make grants to UK charities who are working hard to transform the lives of some of the most vulnerable members of our society, as well as those working to protect our country’s heritage and environment100025000Rolling8.5.2021Opportunity, Heritage, Environment million
Adrwick TrustSmall general funder1005008.5.2021General
Albert Gubay Charitable TrustA new funder; general purpose but also withiinterest indisability and poverty relief008.5.2021General, disability, pooverty relief20 million
Albert Hunt TrustEstablished in 1979 the trust funds a range of activiteis from elderly to disability, as well as youth proejcts. They will also consider general purpose activities100010000Rolling8.5.2021Learning dificulties, Physical Disability, Welfare, Youth, homelessnessAnimal welfare, arts, heritage, convervatiopn, sport, religion11
Albert Van Den Bergh Charitable TrustGeneral Funder- Regular small donations in a wide area of charitable interests.00Favour Cornwall, Sussex and Surrey8.5.2021Health, Physical Disability, Poverty
Alchemy FoundationFocused on Alchemist scheme (funding the cost of fundraisers assigned to other charities to assist their fundraising efforts) Water projects in the developing world, disbility, social welfare, personal reform, respite for carers. The advancement of saving5000Rolling8.5.2021Physical Disability, International, Youth1
Allan and Nesta Ferguson Charitable TrustGrants to charities and individuals supporting education, promotion of world peace and overseas development50000Grants to charities will be on a matching funding basis only so that if the applicant has raised 50% of their budget the Trustees will consider awarding matching funding up to a maximum of 50%.8.5.2021Poverty, Education,
Allen Lane FoundationThe Allen Lane Foundation makes grants for up to three years, with a total value of £500-£15,000, although the average grant size last year was just over £5,900. Funding is focused on a number of specific beneficiary groups and grants are made across the50015000Rolling£100k income limit local organisations, £250 UK wide. Online application form8.5.2021Asylum, older people, migrants, mental health, ofenders, gypsies, abuseHealth, Learning dificulties, Physical Disability, Youth, Substance misuse
Andor Charitable TrustTo maintain support or contribute charitable organisations in the UK including those engaged in medical and ancillary services, education, helping the aged and disabled, relieving poverty and developing the arts03000small funder8.5.2021Health, Physical Disability, Poverty, Education, Art
Andrews charitable trustNO DIRECT APPLICATION - Potential to make real changes to the lives of poor and vulnerable people. The advancement of the Christian religion, including the declaration of eternal life.
The alleviation of poverty, sickness or distress, as an expression of
We do not consider unsolicited applications but for organisations invited to apply assessment is likely to take place over 3-6 months.8.5.2021Welfare,
ASDA Foundationsupports a range of good causes around the UK, including support to charities, playgroups and football teams./ organisations in the UK who are willing to work with their local ASDA colleagues00CLOSED DUE TO COVID8.5.202111
Ashley Family FoundationInspiring strong communities, social welfare and creative arts in England and Wales. Pririties are Wales (50% of grants) rural communities, Arts, COmmunity and to help smaller charities50010000Apr, Sep, DecPrefers revenue, administered by CFiW8.5.2021Health, Poverty, Education, Employment, Youth, Mental health1Religion,
Awards for All (Wales)Just about all project costs; but will not pay for existing staff costs. Projects to address learning, participation, inclusion5005000Rolling8.5.2021General, Capital1Core costs1
Baily Thomas Charitable FundThe Baily Thomas Charitable Fund is a grant making registered charity which was established primarily to aid the research into learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability25025000Trustees meet in March, June, Nov for small grantsThe average grant award, if an appeal is successful, is 25% of the original appeal.8.5.2021Learning
Balcombe Charitable TrustNO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW APPLICATIONS8.5.2021648000
Barcaple FoundationPrimarily scotland The three priority areas of interest for funding are health, heritage and youth1000000Scotland,8.5.2021Health, YouthFeasibility
Barchester Health FoundationBarchester’s Charitable Foundation is a registered charity that helps older people and other adults with a disability across England, Scotland & Wales. This year our focus is about connecting or re-connecting people with others in their local community. A1005000online form8.5.2021HealthWill fund individuals
Basil Samuel Charitable TrustThe Basil Samuel Charitable Trust offers grants to charitable organisations active in the UK. In particular, the scheme wishes to support projects with the following themes: Cultural activities; Social care; Education; Medical needs.50000mainly nationals9.5.2021Health, Physical Disability, Welfare, Poverty, Education, Youth
Bassil Shippam and Alsford Trustyoung and elderly people, with the following themes: education; health; and religion5000W Sussex9.5.2021Youth, older peopel, religion, Welfare, Education> particular interest in West Sussex
BBC Children in Needclear, uncomplicated projects for children in need, that will improve children's lives12000010000Closed due to Covid9.5.2021
BBC Children in Need (Small)clear, uncomplicated projects for children in need, that will improve children's lives3000030000Closed due to Covid9.5.2021
Beatrice LaingTo support new church building, extension or redevelopment projects. To support organisations offering practical services to those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable, To support organisations providing practical services to people with physical, mental and learning difficulties and to support small-scale overseas development projects100009.5.2021
Bernard Sunley Charitable FoundationThe Trustees support capital projects only, not running costs. A family grant making foundation which supports charities in England and Wales working to raise the quality of life and provide greater opportunities for the young, the elderly, the disabled and the disadvantaged500025000capital9.5.2021Health, Welfare, Education, Community1 million
Blakemore FoundationEstablished by the Blakemore family to support good causes across A.F. Blakemore’s trading area. This includes our SPAR trading area505009.5.2021Health1
Bothwell Charitable TrustBothwell Charitable Trust supports general charitable causes however seems to favour applications for health, people with disabilities, conservation, children’s and older people’s causes in the South East of England.5000Brighton & Hove, Sussex or the south east.9.5.2021Health, Physical Disability, Youth
Bower TrustA general charitable purposes to African based needs and to charities with activities in Wales.5030009.5.2021International, General
Broadwall FoundationExpendiute under £50k, general charitable giving10000general9.5.2021Poverty, Education, International, Youth, Heritage, Environment
Burden TrustReverend Harold Nelson Burden (1859-1930) established a trust by his will so that those in need could be supported in ways that were similar to the causes that he had championed during his lifetime. The Trust is non-fundraising and distributes funds gener5000Bristol9.5.2021Health, retirement homes, medical research
Burges Salmon Charitable TrustBurges Salmon Charitable Trust supports community organisations which are registered charities. The main requirement for our support is that the organisation has a local focus – the charity could be national in scale, provided there is a local remit and aBristol9.5.2021Health1
Cadogan CharityThe charity makes a large number of individual donations to registered charities with particular reference to those based, or operating, in London or Scotland.0014.5.2021Scotland
Cagni FoundationThe advancement of Education, Culture and the Arts, Relieve poverty or financial hardship, promote racial harmony, encourage participation in sporting activity, improve the condition of life for people with mental or physical disabilities and the advancemadvancement of education and culture9.5.2021Physical Disability, Poverty, Education, International, Mental health, Art
Cayo FoundationTo support chariteis in area of medical research and training, the military, crime fighting, children and young people, education and the arts025000Rolling14.5.2021Young people, education, arts, military, crime
CB and HH Taylor 1984 C TQuaker concerns and attention is given to applications from small locally-based charities and schemes intended to solve local problems and improve the quality of life within communities5000April, SeptemberNOT ACCEPTIING APPLICATIONS DUE TO COVID15.5.2021Socail welfare, education, Penal reform, West Midlands
Celia Blakey Charitable Trustprojects to help children, older people and disabled people in the UK.1000100000NoneSmall Trust11.5.2021Children, Elderly, Physical Disability
Charles Hayward FoundationFund projects that develop, expand and replicate a tried and tested approach, but also are also interested in supporting creative solutions to problems which seem to be entrenched and elude resolution. They value projects that are preventative and provide early intervention and favour projects that respond to a well researched and clear need, provide intervention based on evidence of what works, are able to demonstrate value for money and have a clear understanding of short-term effects and long-term impact of the intervention they proposeVaries11.5.2021Social and criminal Justice, Heritage and Conservation, Overseas, Older people
Charles Wolfson Charitable Trustfund capital projects supporting the UK Jewish community. Our particular areas of focus are older people and people with disabilities; education; and culture and heritage1000050000Jewish in the UK14.5.2021Health, JewishRevenue1
Childwick Foundationstrong emphasis on helping charities which offer care and support for people who are terminally ill, or have a serious illness, the elderly, adults and children who have mental health problems or a learning disability500020000south east11.5.2021
Charlotte Heber-Percy Charitable Trustsmall, one-off grants. Previous causes supported include animal welfare, the environment, medical and health, overseas aid, education, children and young people and the arts.1000500015.5.2021
Christadelphian Samaritan Fundlots of small humanitarian organisations300relief of suffering15.5.2021International
CLARA E BURGESS CHARITYParticular regard to children under the age of 10 and whose who have lost either one or both parents01000015.5.2021Young childern
Clothworkers foundationCapital projects - minority communities, young people, domestic abuse, homeless, older people, disability, offenders visual impairment1000040000disadvantage young people, capital11.5.2021Minority communities, young people, domestic abuse, disability, offenders1
Coles Medlock FoundationThe Coles-Medlock Foundation is a grant making organisation focused on alleviating poverty and hardship by supporting charitable projects across the developing world1200International development15.5.2021Education, Health, food provision, International
Comic Relieftargetted programmes throughout the year12000015.5.2021
Constance Paterson Charitable TrustSmall general funder500250015.5.2021General, animals, environment
CUMBER FAMILY CHARITABLE TRUSTThey have a preference for charities working in the areas of welfare, education, medical or disadvantaged children's needs, or agriculturally/conservation focussed and international work2000Feb, Sept15.5.2021International, welfare, education, children, conservation
Cuthbert Horn TrustGrants for charitable organisations undertaking general charitable purposes400015.5.2021youth, music, veterans
David and Elaine Potter charitable foundationApplications are strictly by invitation only. The main areas: Education and Civil Society., they aim to give 90% of support to the main areas of Education and Civil Society. 10% are awarded to causes close to the personal interests of the Potter family in Education and Civil Society150000education in the developing world15.5.2021Education, Civil society, art
De Brye Charitable TrustGrants to or for the benefit of any charitable trust or body10001000015.5.2021Disability, Children, care and support, international, medical193000
Denman Charitable TrustThey do not limit our activities to any area of need however we only accept applications from Bristol, North East Somerset and South Gloucestershire. Preference is to support small local charities and to pump prime new charitable projects but if well argued requests for help for these purposesMarch, June, Sept, Dec15.5.2021General
Dinswade TrustDo Not Accept Unsolicited Appeals.Training Young People15.5.2021
Dolland Charitable TrustJewish broad based grant making policy however the activities are often focused on health, education and religious activities15.5.2021Health, education, religion220000
Downton Banister TrustConservation, protection & improvement of the physical & natural environment in the UK100005000015.5.2021Conservation1
Drapers CompanyAim to improve the quality of life and expectations of people and communities in Greater London who are disadvantaged and socially excluded, inc homelessness, prisoners, ex-service personnel, disability and mental health. Or in textiles and heritage.15000Greater london15.5.2021education and training, social welfare
Dulverton TrustSupport charities and CIOs working within our funding categories, and prioritise those that are medium-sized (with income between £200,000 and £3 million), have a national footprint and do not receive a significant proportion of income from government or local authority contracts100003500015.5.2021Local organisations1
Edgar E Lawley Foundationgeneral charitable purposes with particular reference to medicine, to elderly persons, and to educational purposes with reference to the arts, commerce and industry.1500OctMedical, elderly, Pref; smaller in west Midlands15.5.2021Health, elderly, education, art
Edith Murphy FoundationSupport individuals who by reason of their age, youth, infirmity, disablement, poverty or social and economic circumstances are suffering hardship, distress or are otherwise in need, animals in distress5005000Larger grants are also given15.5.2021Health, animals, older people
Education endowment foundationThe EEF's grant funding tests the impact of high-potential projects aiming to raise the attainment and wider outcomes of 3-18 year-olds, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds9000001.5 millionSee websiteeducation with tangible outcomes15.5.2021
Esmee Fairbairn FoundationFocus on arts and cluture -income must be over £100k and work to have more than local impact, be innovative5000120000Rollingmew strategy in place 202115.5.2021
Ffos y fran Community FundAll applications must support local community projects with an educational, environmental or leisure emphasis in Merthyr500015.5.2021
Fitton TrustGeneral purpose funder1503502015-09-22 00:00:00Health101000
Foyle Foundation (small grant scheme)The Small Grants Scheme is designed to support smaller charities in the UK, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities.10000Must have income under £100,0009.5.2021Education, International, Capital11
Fulmer Charitable TrustGrants are made at the discretion of the Trustees. They tend to make a lot of smaller grants around £500 - £2000. Around 70% of grants are for the relief of hardship, the remainder 10% education, 10% religion and 10% general purpose5004000project in the developing world18.5.2021Physical Disability, Welfare, Poverty, Education, International, General
G F Eyre Charitable TrustTo support such charitable purposes generally -small5001700018.5.2021general, international
G S Plaut Charitable Trust Limitedorganisations that are established for exclusively charitable purposes - small1000400020.5.2021General
Garfield Weston Foundationwide range of projects in the areas of welfare, youth, community, arts, faith, environment, education, health and museums and heritage.100010000050% + match needed20.5.2021General1
Gamesys FoundationThe main focus of the Gamesys Foundation is to preserve and protect the wellbeing of individuals suffering from mental health issues. NOT LOCAL OR REGIONAL

14.5.2021Mental Health1income must be over £50k
George John and Sheilah Livanos Charitable TrustGrants are available for registered charities carrying out general charitable activities in the UK.1000500020.5.2021
Gerald Micklem Charitable TrustActivities under the 'umbrella' of general charitable purposes. Chariteis that are National basis or specifically in Hampshire or West Sussex50007000received up to 31 December each year,20.5.2021Learning dificulties
Gibbs Trustconcentration on projects in South Wales and East Wales. Methodist churches and organisations, by those active in the creative arts and by bodies active in selected areas of international concern10003000no salaries20.5.2021International, Capital1
Gilchrist Educational Trustparticular academic educational project, or for a specific purpose such as furniture or equipment, and not as an addition to the general funds of the applicant. Funds are not available for social educational projects4005000Rolling20.5.2021Health
GM MorrisonFunds lots of charities with small amounts -Social, educational, meidcal, training500200020.5.2021
Golden Bottle TrustBroad range of grants including Art, religion, environment and health25010000general charitable purposes20.5.2021
Gordon Fraser Charitable TrustIn recent years there has been some concentration on support for charities working with children or young people and those active in the environment and the arts. There has also been a preference for applications from and for Scotland but not to the exclu2000Scotland20.5.2021
Gosling Foundation LimitedGeneral purpose funder, mos grants are smaller and under general puspose, larger grants are relief of poverty10005000020.5.2021
Greggs FoundationGrants for the north east, and also UK wide local progrmme1002000Rounds30% success rate20.5.2021Health, Learning dificulties, Welfare, Poverty, Mental healthCapital
Gridlers' Company Charitable TrustLong standin grelationshop with grantees - The Trust’s present aims are to provide grants to charities whose work:
improves the quality of life of those disadvantaged by poverty, disability or ill health, or
provides education and training support in the
2001000Jan, Aug20.5.2021Health, Welfare, Education
GS Plaut Charitable TrustGeneral500400020.5.2021
Gwendoline Margaret Davies10005000meet in nov2015-09-22 00:00:00General
Haramead TrustThe principal objectives of the Trust are: The provision of relief for those suffering hardship or distress ; The provision of relief in connection with chidren's welfare and the advancement of education about the advancement of health.About 50% of grants1000130000childre, welfare, education2016-01-12 00:00:00Physical Disability, Welfare, Poverty, International, Youth785000
HCD Memorial fundcharitable purposes at home and overseas, primarily towards the relief of human need, and including projects which aim to mitigate the effects of Climate Change500020000disadvantaged people2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Health Lottery25000Rounds2019-02-16 00:00:00Poverty
Hedley Denton Charitable TrustThe Foundation makes grants to small charities working with young people in the areas of Recreation, Sport, Training, Health and Welfare, Support and outdoor Education of young people between the ages of 11 and 25. The Foundation is particularly keen on o5000Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Novsmall orgs, outdoor activities. North England2015-09-22 00:00:00Physical Disability, Youth
Helen HamlynIts core ethos is to develop innovative projects, which aim to effect lasting change, improve quality of life and create opportunity for the benefit of the public.10000guidelines same as paul hamlyn2019-08-28 00:00:00International
Henry Smith CharityLikes tried and tested projects - 6 themes including homelessness, help at a critical point and family/networks£60k over 3 years15.5.2021Health, Physical Disability, Welfare, Poverty, Asylum, Mental
Heritage Lottery GrantBroad remit around Heritage - possibility for projects work, but will need good consultation60000Rolling15.5.2021
Hilden Charitable FundIn the UK, the Fund supports projects concerned with: homelessness; asylum seekers and refugees; community-based initiatives for young people aged 16-25 years and penal reform.50005000RollingOnline application form
Hobson Charity LimitedEducation ,poverty, Recreation, social welfare, older people, disadvantage5000100000Rolling
Hollick Family CTSupporting education and skills, human rights, housing, mental health, women and children and the arts through community-led organisations working directly with people at the margins of society and with charities in the early stages of development looking2015-09-22 00:00:00142000
Hugh Fraser Foundationhe Trustees will consider applications from all bodies which have charitable status provided these relate to charitable purposesPrefer Scotland2016-01-11 00:00:00Health, Learning dificulties, Physical Disability, Poverty, Education, Youth
Imagine Foundationfocused on building community and on empowering participants to reach their potential500030000March/June/October
Inman CharityThe directors of the corporate trustee ('the directors') operate a grant giving policy with a view to making annual distributions of £300,000. They support a wide range of UK Registered Charities.

The directors are particularly interested in supporting t
200010000Feb, Augvolunteer focused2016-01-12 00:00:00Physical Disability, Welfare, Mental healthYouth
Innocent FoundationHunger reliefsustainable agriculture in the developing world2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Ironmongers charityOpportunities for young people to reach their potential400010000education for under 25's2015-09-22 00:00:00International, Youth
J & J Charitable Trustvery general5005000some Jewish orgs2016-03-17 00:00:00General50000
James Weir Foundationgeneral with preference for Scotland and set regular organisations - colleges5000Scotland2015-09-22 00:00:00Physical Disability
James Wentworth -stanley memorial fundsuicide prevention trustsuicide2015-09-22 00:00:00Physical Disability
Jenour FoundationSmall funder10006000JanDecember deadline, Wales17.5.2021General
Jill Franklin Charitable TrustThe Trust has decided to focus its funding on deprived areas of Great Britain and, looks with particular favour at applications from the North or England and from Wales.50010002015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Joffe C Tis to inspire and support people to do as much as possible to realise human rights and reduce poverty in developing countries. We focus our work on two areas: tackling corruption & tax abuse and building stronger not-for-profit organisations.500040000international development2015-09-22 00:00:00International
John Coldman Charitable trustEducation and general charitable activities in Kent00200000
John RaynerCornwall and nw uk2000very small, medical, smaller orgs2015-09-22 00:00:00Welfare, General
Joron CTMAINLY FEW BIG REPEAT GRANTS The objects of the Charity are to make grants for general charitable purposes in the fields of education, medical research and other charities that can demonstrate that the grants will be used effectively2015-09-22 00:00:00
Kathleen Hannay Memorial CharityNO UNSOLICITERED APPLICATIONS1000100002016-01-25 00:00:00Health, Welfare, Poverty, Education, General450000
Kathleen Lawrence TrustAwards at the complete discretion of the trustees100002015-09-22 00:00:00Physical Disability, Mental health191000
Kelly Family Charitable Trust’sThe Kelly Family Charitable Trust is a grant giving body that was founded in 2004 by members of the Kelly family.

The Trust is interested in funding charities whose activities involve the whole family in initiatives that seek to tackle problems that face
100050002015-09-22 00:00:00Health, Physical Disability11
Kennedy Leigh Charitable TrustJewish00430000
Kiawah Charitable TrustSmall family trust, oversea aid, specifically girls. Most funds to single charity500010000india, girls2015-09-22 00:00:00International17000
Lankelly chase foundationNO NEW APPLICATIONS500015000general2015-09-22 00:00:00International, General
Lennox and Wyfold FoundationCharitable causes, £840k awarded in 20172015-09-22 00:00:00Health, Physical Disability, Education, Leisure810000
Lloyds bank foundation500025000disdavantaged young people aged over 172015-09-22 00:00:00International1
Mac Robert Trust2015-09-22 00:00:00
margaret Davies CharityGeneral funder for Wales50000Rolling6.5.2021
Maristow Trustvery small, £17k given away1000120002016-03-22 00:00:0074000
Marr Munning Trustcharitable projects in the Indian Subcontinent, South East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa Our priorities are the education of poor children and training for poor and disadvantaged adults which will help them to earn a decent living.30000MayIndia/africa; own appplication form2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Marsh Christian Trusthelp small organisations pay for various running costs, such as volunteer expenses, training days, equipment maintenance and other core outgoing5002000start small - long term0
Masons Charitable TrustSmall Grants - of between £500 and £5,000 are available. These grants can be used for core expenditure such as general running or overhead costs of the charity.500015.5.2021
Matthew Elvidge TrustMental health - in areas of education, workplace, healthcare and bereavement15.5.2021Mental health
Maud Van Norden Charitable TrustThe Mrs Maud van Norden's Charitable Foundation grant is provided and administered by the Mrs Maud van Norden's Charitable Foundation and is available for voluntary and community organisations active in the UK. The scheme is intended to support charitable15004000April15.5.2021Health, disability, youth, education
Maurice and Hilda Laing C TChristian faith in any part of the world25000relief of poverty overseas, education for women2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Maurice Hatter FoundationThe charity continues to provide particular support to projects related to education, education and social welfare.400000jewish, big institutions2015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Medlock Charitable TrustWide range of grants , with many under £5000 - 1 page2015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Michael and Ann Wix Charitable TrustGeneral1005002016-03-17 00:00:000
Michael Bishop FoundationNo unsolicited applications. To assist such charitable institutions or charitable purposes as the trustees shall in their absolute discretion think fit.50025000015.5.2021Heritage, Art, Education, Health, Human Rights
Michael Sobell Welsh PeopleVery small welsh funder1005002015-09-22 00:00:00Physical Disability
Military Order of the Collar Charitable FoundationFor those in need - primarily children welfare and emergency servicesRolling
Millennium stadium Charitable TrustThe Millennium Stadium Charitable Trust provides financial support to inspiring projects throughout Wales. The Trust aims to promote education, history, language, culture, music and folklore,2500 /7500annual rounds, Local and rregional grants15.5.2021Art, Sport, Community, Environment11
Moondance FoundationTo prevent or relieve poverty, support the welfare and well-being of women, children, the elderly and the vulnerable in our society, improve health outcomes, raise educational standards and preserve our environment for future generations500100000Rolling15.5.2021Welfare, youth, elderly, education, health111
Morrisons FoundationSpecific projects75002015-09-22 00:00:00Physical Disability
Mrs F B Laurence's Charitable TrustFunds projects that are hands-on, new and innovative.. preference is to make grants for the care and improvements of conditions experienced by disadvantaged members of society both within the UK6000
National Lottery Community Fund Big Lottery Awards for AllFor project work that builds erlationships in communities, improves places and help people to reach their potential10000No
National Lottery Community Fund Big Lottery People Places (WALES)offers a larger amount of funding (over £10,000) for organisations that work with their community to help them thrive. We fund projects that work to make positive changes in their community – whether that is for people living in the same area, or people with similar interests or life experiences100005000009.5.2021111
National Lottery Community Fund Reachinng Communities (ENGLAND)offers a larger amount of funding (over £10,000) for organisations that work with their community to help them thrive. We fund projects that work to make positive changes in their community – whether that is for people living in the same area, or people with similar interests or life experiences100005000009.5.2021111
Newstead Charity2015-09-22 00:00:00
Oakdale TrustWelsh based social and community projects5002000Apr, Sep15.5.2021Medical , penal reform, art, community, environment1Sport, Individuals11
Oliver Ford FoundationPurposes of education, and housing and training for those with learning difficulties, the advancement of knowledge of the history and techniques of interior decoration, fabric design, other decorative materials and landscape gardening15.5.2021Learning dificulties
Onaway trustHelping tribal people defend their lives and preserve their knowledge30005000third world education15.5.2021International
Open Gate TrustOpen Gate is a small charity supporting grassroots environmental, land-based and sustainable projects to benefit local communities, both in the UK and abroad. North East in the UK5002500education overseas15.5.2021International, environmental, education
Patrick and Helena FrostNO DIRECT APPLPICATION he Patrick and Helena Frost Foundation offers grants to charitable organisations throughout the UK.
Funding is intended to support small charities and organisations undertaking welfare projects. Priority will be given to small orga
5000developing world15.5.2021International1770000
Paul Bush Foundation TrustFunding is available to assist those individuals with a disability to improve their physical, psychological and emotional well-being via the provision of grants to address short term needs10000May, NovemberEngalnd, Aquired disability, online form15.5.2021Physical Disability
Paul Hamlyn FoundationVarious programmes including Youth Fund and Inclusion60000India2015-09-22 00:00:00International
People's Postcode Trust -Community projectsProjects; tackling poverty, human rights, combat discrimination and employability/skills development20000Feb/April2015-09-22 00:00:00Health, Physical Disability
Peoples Health LotteryLike projects to have a social element as well at tackling health issues30000Yes
Percy Biltondisadvantaged/underprivileged young people (persons under 25); people with disabilities (physical or learning disabilities or mental health problems); older people (aged over 60)30005000Rolling
Percy Bilton Charitable FoundationCharities assisting disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities, people with mental health problems and older people may apply for grants towards furnishings and equipment (excluding office items), building or refurbishment projects50050009.5.2021Disability, disadvantaged young people, older people
Peter Cruddas Foundationsupport disadvantaged and disengaged young people as they move towards pathways into education, training and employmentMarch and Sept2015-09-22 00:00:00Employment
Peter Stormonth Darling Charitable TrustNo unsolicited applicationvery small2015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Philip Henman Trust projects that have a lasting benefit for some of the most deprived people and communities in the developing worldSeptember
Phillips and Rubens Charitable Trust00JEWISHHealth, Physical Disability, Poverty0
Porticus UKWe are particularly interested in organisations with a proven model that they wish to roll-out or expand.10000100000proven model that they wish to roll-out or expand2015-09-22 00:00:00Health, Learning dificulties, Physical Disability, Welfare, Employment, Leisure, General
Portrackre not accepting any new ones for the time being (July 2019)2015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Provident Social Impact FundImproving people’s personal finance capabilities (debt and financial advice/education)
Improving physical and/or mental health
Providing support which enhances, creates and sustains positive family relationships
Addressing issues of low educational attainment and improving learning outcomes
Providing people with opportunities to reduce inequality, exclusion and disadvantage, including projects which increase access to employment.
5000annual (28 Feb)
R J and A H Daniels CT£35k awarded2015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Rachel Charitable TrustThe Trust provides grants for charities who are providing social welfare activities, particularly the relief of poverty and the advancement of religion and religious education

The main areas of funding are: Philanthropic aid to relieve the sick and the
025000RollingRolling2017-01-24 00:00:00Welfare, Poverty, Education###########
Ragdoll FoundationDevelopment of children, children can be heard, effective evaluation, encourage innovative thinking5-20k50000Rolling
Ramblers Holiday CTFootpath improvements000
Rank Foundation - Pebble Grant1 off projects or capital; need some match funding in place1000Rolling
Rayden CTSmall2015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Rayne FoundaitonHelps and encourages inspiring individuals and organisations who can help build bridges within our complex world1000020000RollingClosed until July 202114.5.2021Arts, mental health, carers, young people11
Rest HarrowSmall charity very general1005002015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Rhododendron TrustDisadvantage UK and Overseas, also arts5001500JanWelfare0
RJ and AH Daniels Charitable TrustGeneral charitable purposevery small2015-09-22 00:00:0020000
ROGER AND SARAH BANCROFT CLARK CHARITABLE TRUSTMain interest is education100010000general, overseas2016-03-17 00:00:00International313000
Roger de Haan Charitable Trust (HF email)The Roger De Haan Charitable Trust primarily supports charitable causes and projects in east Kent, and in particular the District around Folkestone, Hythe and Romney Marshprojects to support young people2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Russell TrustScotland - The trust usually supports specific services or projects and prefers to give start-up grants for new initiatives10000scotland2015-09-22 00:00:00General
Ruth and Stuart Lipton CT2015-09-22 00:00:00Health
Sackler TrustGeneral charitable purposes; but many fine art projects supported
The advancement of health or saving of lives
Overseas aid/famine relief
100001000000Several very large grants £500k +, also 46 grants under £250k2015-09-22 00:00:00Health, International###########
Saintbury TrustThe Saintbury Trust grants to other charities in West Midlands, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and North Gloucestershire. Areas of giving are: #arts, #heritage, #environment and helping those with disabilities.00Learning dificulties, Physical Disability, Art, Heritage, Environment0
Samuel William Farmergeneral under £90k awarded100050002016-03-17 00:00:000
Santander Foundation
Scotshill Trust500050000general charitable purposes2016-01-13 00:00:00Learning dificulties, Physical Disability, Welfare, Poverty, International
Scott Bader FundEach year we support two large, community-based environmental or educational projects that benefit young or disadvantaged people to the value of £25,000 each. These can be located anywhere in the world.2000small international fund - for projects in the developing world2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Simone Prendergast Charitable Trust£25k
Simone Prendergast Charitable Trust
Dixon Wilson
22 Chancery Lane
30002015-09-22 00:00:00
Sir Halley Stewarteducation, occasionally development work in Africa2015-09-22 00:00:00International
SIR JAMES ROLL CHARITABLE TRUSTlots of grants for £100050010002015-09-22 00:00:00International, General
Sobell FoundationWellbeing and rural outreach work1000030000multi year2015-09-22 00:00:00Health, Physical Disability, Mental health
Spear Charitable Trustharitable purposes and assistance to former employees of J W Spear and Sons plc and their families10001000002016-03-17 00:00:00General232000
St James's Place Foundationimprove the quality of life for those people in need as a result of disability or disadvantage. It seeks to achieve direct, tangible results from the support given10000rolling
Steel C TMr and Mrs Steel - lived in Bedfordshire, applications from Bedfordshire generally, and Luton specifically, are particularly encouraged.25000social disadvantage, health, education2015-09-22 00:00:00
Sutton Place General Charitable Trust (HF email)£5k20000African Health Projects2015-09-22 00:00:00
Sylvia Adams Charitable TrustFunding is available to support work which will improve the life chances for some of the most disadvantaged children in England and Wales by investing in early intervention and preventative work. Grants may be awarded for one, two or three years. The Trus500050000disadvantaged people in the UK2015-09-22 00:00:00International, Youth
TESCO2015-09-22 00:00:00
The Albert Hunt TrustHomeless appeals, Health and well being appeals2000nono website
The Fore TrustEnterprises at early stage50000Rounds
Thompson Family Charitable TrustVery general funder, nationals and local35050000Rolling###########
Tinsley Charitable TrustMakes grants to specific named charities, & generally to those which: 1. Promote human rights & democratisation &/or which educate against racism, discrimination & oppression 2. Promote self-help in fighting poverty & homelessness 3. Provide reproductive10000general, underdeveloped countries2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Tisbury telegraph trustChurch trustees20000general charitable purposes, religious2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Toy Trust5000
Truemark Trustsmall, locally-based registered charities in the UK wishing to carry out community projects.300010000Rolling -qrtly meetings
Trust for education150000uk and africa2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Trusthouse FoundationTrusthouse has two overarching themes: Rural Issues and Urban Deprivation. Under these two broad sectors, we seek projects which make a community impact in the fields of Community Support; Arts, Education & Heritage; Disability and Healthcare.1000300002015-09-22 00:00:00Health, Learning dificulties, Physical Disability, Welfare, Poverty, Mental health
Tudor TrustThe Tudor Trust is an independent grant-making trust which supports voluntary and community groups working in any part
of the UK Tudor wants to help smaller, community-led groups which are supporting people at the margins of society
£90k over 3 yearsRollingNo0
Van Neste FoundationGeneral purpose grants to organisations100030000developing world, disability2016-03-17 00:00:00Physical Disability, Welfare, International250000
Ward Blenkinsop TrustUnknonw100002016-03-17 00:00:00130000
Welsh Government Community Facillties Programmeeconomic regeneration100000Rolling
William leech charityThe Main Fund remains unrestricted and continues to make grants and interest free loans to registered charities in the North East of England at the discretion of the Trustees.10000deprived areas, volunteer led work, help people help themselves, North East2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Woodward Charitable Trust1. Prisoners and ex-offenders. Projects that help the rehabilitation and resettlement of prisoners and/or ex-offenders are supported as well as requests to help prisoners’ families. Disadvantaged women, covering refuges, domestic violence and parenting. 3. Disability projects, which can include rehabilitation and training for people who are either physically disabled or learning disabled.May, Nov2 month b4 Jan and July Deadlines2015-09-22 00:00:00Physical Disability1
WRA Charitable Trust2015-09-22 00:00:00
WyseliotThe prevention or relief of poverty and the advancement of education

The advancement of human rights, conflict resolution or reconciliation, or the promotion of religious or racial harmony or equality and diversity.

The relief of those in need by reason
500025000Small2015-09-22 00:00:00160000
xerox (UK) TrustGeneral funder00Health, Physical Disability, Art0
Yapp Charitable TrustA summary of our grant making:
We offer grants only to registered charities with a total annual expenditure of less than £40,000
We will not fund work that does not focus specifically on one of our priority groups
We only fund running costs
Grants are n
ZEPHYR CHARITABLE TRUSTenvironmental and human rights are of interest50035000general2015-09-22 00:00:00International
Zochonis trust150000general charitable purposes2015-09-22 00:00:00International