The Garfield Weston Foundation’s Regular Grant programme awards grants of up to £100,000 to UK registered charities, CIOs, schools, faith-based organisations that are either exempt under the Charity Commission guidelines or are registered charities, housing associations or museums and galleries with activity in the following areas of Welfare, Youth, Community Arts, Faith, Environment, Education, Health and Museums and Heritage.
The grant can support capital projects, revenue/core costs or project costs. It is recommended that applicants should have around half of their funding identified before applying to the Foundation.
When applying for capital projects, please note a grant is unlikely to be more than around 10% of the total cost.
When applying for revenue/unrestricted grants, please note applicants are unlikely to be awarded more than approximately 10–20% of their organisation’s total annual income.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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