Typically between £300-£3000.
Typically those with annual income below £500,000.
Types of Donation
We offer core funding as well as project-based grants. We greatly encourage new organisations to apply.
Funding will be prioritised for community projects where the most number of people will benefit, mainly voluntary organisations and community groups that are addressing unmet social needs. Applications with different objectives will be considered by the Trustees.
Advancement of education
Grant Application Process
Applications should be submitted by the email on the application form accessed below.
Once a grant is awarded, we will ask the awardee to provide a simple report on its progress so that we can share your story. A grant progress report form can be downloaded here.
Repeat funding requests can be submitted the year following a successful application. A sample report form, is available here.
Further Grant Information
The charity is happy to support requests for core funding as well as project-based grants, and actively encourages applications from relatively new organisations to help them become established.
We generally offer grants from anywhere between £300-£3,000, though trustees will consider requests for higher amounts.
The trust prefers to support charities whose income is below £500,000. However, larger charities with pioneering pilot projects will be considered.
We do consider repeat funding requests, on receipt of satisfactory progress reports. Applications should be supported by annual accounts where available.
general appeals to directly promote religious or political agendas.
charities registered outside the UK
The trustees take a close interest in the progress of the projects they support, and projects shortlisted for grants will be processed as quickly as possible by the trust’s grants administrator Sue Hawes.