Hollyhock Charitable Foundation

Education & Employment Health & Social Care Religion

The Hollyhock Charitable Foundation awards grants to charitable organisations within the UK. The trustees have a particular focus on supporting organisations who:

  • prevent or relieve poverty worldwide for individuals in need
  • advance the health and wellbeing of the general public (including preventing or relieving sickness, disease or suffering, as well as the promotion of good health)
  • support programmes which promote and advance the education of the general public
  • promote and support Christianity for the benefit of the general public

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications reviewed quarterly.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Laurence Plummer Foundation aims to support young people from Kent & Medway in participating in sport with a particular focus on helping those from deprived and low income backgrounds.

The Foundation supports individuals, sports clubs, youth groups and schools to help improve participation and assist with young people making the next step in their sport.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Home Instead Charities awards grants of up to £1,500 to small, local registered charities and up to £500 to grassroots organisations with projects that further the needs of our ageing adult population through well-being activities and programmes to prevent social isolation and loneliness.

Most of your group members must be over 55 years old or the project you are requesting funding for must benefit people aged over 55. Types of fundable projects include:

  • Regular weekly or monthly events and activities such as weekly cinema club, weekly knit and natter or Thursday lunch club
  • One off activities such as a day trip or a Christmas lunch
  • Activities such as yoga or a guest speaker for your group such as a local historian

Applications from groups, associations and charities that do not service the over 50s directly but the project they require funding for does, i.e. a local school wishes to hold a special afternoon tea for its local care home residents will also be considered.

Deadline: Continuous rolling basis

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Medway Council’s Medway Parenting Support Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, awards grants of up to £5,000 to local charitable groups who are able to deliver support activities/groups to benefit parents and carers of Medway children and young people 0-18 (or 0-25 if the Young person cared for has Special Educational Needs and Disabilities – SEND).

The funding will be used to deliver some of the outcomes that parents and carers in Medway said they would like to see:

  • To have confidence in their skills and ability, including a focus on their children’s behaviours and emotional wellbeing along with the management of all relationships within the family
  • To easily access support for all, including for those with complex needs

Organisations are encouraged to support parents using the following methods, with an emphasis on self-sustaining models of support:

  • Peer support run by parents/carers for parents/carers, experts by experience
  • COVID recovery for parents and carers and their children
  • Groups that are accessible to the community in a variety of ways

Organisations are particularly encouraged to deliver services that support overall wellbeing for families, including but not limited to:

  • Fathers/dads/male carers
  • Single parents
  • Parents/carers with younger children impacted by the pandemic
  • Parents/carers with their own disabilities and/or additional needs
  • Parents/carers of children and young people who consider themselves part of an ethnic minority group

Deadline: Friday 30 September 2022

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The UK government’s Community Ownership Fund is now inviting expressions of interest from UK voluntary and community organisations who have a viable plan for taking ownership of a community asset at risk and running it sustainably for community benefit to bid for up to £250,000 match funding (up to £1 million match funding for assets related to sports facilities).

Assets are venues and meeting spaces used by the local community, such as:

  • community centres
  • cinemas and theatres
  • galleries
  • museums
  • music venues
  • parks
  • post office buildings
  • pubs
  • shops
  • sporting and leisure facilities

Applications should clearly demonstrate the project’s potential to deliver against all of the following outcomes:

  • protect a community asset that is at risk and preserve its community value
  • develop a sustainable operating model to secure the long-term future of the community asset in community ownership
  • safeguard the use of community assets

The Fund supports projects which fulfil one or a combination of the following aims:

  • acquire a physical community asset at risk, such as land and buildings which deliver a benefit to local people
  • renovate, repair or refurbish the asset, only where it is a community asset at risk of closure and where this is critical to saving the asset and making it sustainable for long-term community use
  • set up a new community business or buy an existing business in order to save an asset of importance to the community
  • the purchase of associated stock, collections or intellectual property, where it is associated with buying a physical asset or buying a business to save an asset
  • move a community asset to a new, more appropriate location within the same community. This might be because a different location offers better value to continue the asset, or because the venue is in itself an asset of community value

Applications must demonstrate that their community project does at least one of these five things:

  • increase feelings of pride in, and improve perceptions of, the local area as a place to live
  • improve social trust, cohesion and sense of belonging
  • increase local participation in community life, arts, culture or sport
  • improve local economic outcomes – including creating jobs, volunteering opportunities and improving employability and skills levels in the local community
  • improve social and wellbeing outcomes – including having a positive impact on physical and/or mental health of local people and reducing loneliness and social isolation

Deadline: Friday 19 August 2022

National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Heritage Innovation Fund awards grants of up to £25,000 to public and not-for-profit organisations, local authorities and private owners of heritage for projects to explore, test and grow new ways of working across the heritage sector. 

The Fund is a pilot initiative intended to build innovation capacity within, across and between different parts of heritage around a shared priority challenge area – the workforce, skills and ways of working needed for the future.   

‘New ways of working’ refers to the issues that relate to the future workforce (whether paid or voluntary). These issues impact whether organisations have the volume of staff and the skills to meet future demands on, and ambitions for, the UK’s diverse heritage – these might be connected to complex and wider issues of diversity, inclusion, relevance, audiences and interpretation.

The Heritage Innovation Fund is intended to involve three phases.

Phase 1: Explore

Explore is for organisations at the early ideas stage. This phase will focus on defining a clear problem statement and helping you to develop potential solutions for testing in practice.

This phase will provide access to:  

  • grants of up to £25,000 to cover your time and activities during this phase (six months)
  • expertise to help you develop your ideas and skills through a structured package of support  
  • peer learning and exchange in a cohort

Subject to Board approval, further grants from the Heritage Innovation Fund may be available to support the following steps in the innovation process.

Phase 2: Test

This phase will offer support to put promising prototypes and ideas into practice to gather evidence of what works.

Phase 3: Grow

This phase will support you to implement findings more widely, embedding, sharing and rolling out good practice across the heritage sector.

Only applications for the Explore phase are currently being accepted. For support with your application, National Lottery Heritage Fund are running workshops to help you hone your idea (one event per organisation only) on Thursday 4 AugustWednesday 24 August and Tuesday 13 September

Deadline: Tuesday 27 September 2022, 12 noon

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The British & Foreign School Society’s Displacement Education Fund awards grants of between £10,000 and £60,000 per project (maximum £30,000 per year) to registered charities or educational establishments and between £10,000 to £20,000 (maximum £10,000 per year) to organisations which are not registered charities or educational establishments.

The Fund will support work which aims to improve access to educational opportunity (including further education or employment opportunities for those aged 16-25), or reduce barriers to achievement, for children and young people living in the UK who are refugees or asylum seekers, unaccompanied children or children of undocumented migrants.

Funding is available for new or pilot projects or projects which have started within the past 12 months to meet a newly arisen need. Grants will not retrospectively fund activities that have already taken place for projects which have already started.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Sea-Changers Innovation Fund 2022, supported by William Grant Foundation and LIGA, awards grants of up to £10,000 to various types of organisations, including not-for-profits, companies and education institutions which have an idea or a project that they believe is a genuinely new and untested solution to the UK’s marine conservation challenges.

In 2022, the Innovation Fund totals £30,000.  The fund will be split as follows:

  • £10,000 will be awarded to projects based in / taking place in Scotland – supported by The William Grant Foundation
  • £10,000 will be awarded to projects that are aimed at preventing or addressing the issue of plastics in the marine environment, anywhere in the UK – supported by LIGA.
  • The remaining £10,000 is for projects anywhere in the UK in any area of marine conservation innovation. 

Deadline: Sunday 18 September 2022

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Sackler Trust supports charitable activities in the fields of medical science, healthcare, and access to education and the arts, as well as supporting community organisations, heritage sites and projects which promote social good.

There is no minimum or maximum amount stipulated that you can apply for.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Edgar E Lawley Foundation awards unrestricted grants in the region of £1,500 to small charities and not-for-profit organisations in the UK.

The Foundation supports general charitable purposes however has a particular focus on:

  • medicine
  • elderly persons
  • education with reference to the arts, commerce and industry

Deadline: Monday 31 October 2022

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

British Airway’s BA Better World Community Fund provides 50% of your project target matched funding contributions up to £50,000 to UK registered charity or social enterprise for innovate projects that demonstrate an ability to create positive impact across several categories:

  • Environment
  • Diversity, inclusion and wellbeing
  • Education and employability
  • Thriving communities
  • Crisis support
  • Colleague engagement

Funding will be pledged onto your Crowdfunder project page once the following pledge conditions have been met:

• 25% of your project target
• At least 25 unique supporters

Organisations will then need to go on to reach 100% of their target through crowdfunding to secure the funding from the BA Better World Community Fund.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust (EKCT) awards grants to UK registered charities who are working within one of the following areas of EKCT’s remit to:

  1. Support beneficiaries located in Sussex, within one of EKCT’s focus areas as follows:
    • Care of the elderly
    • Disability
    • General welfare
    • Hospices
    • Youth
    • Wildlife & environmental conservation
  2. Deliver international or UK based wildlife & environmental conservation projects.
  3. Deliver international reproductive health family planning projects which have a clear and intended impact on the environment and are delivered in Africa or Asia.

Funding will be considered for:

  • Start-up costs
  • Core costs
  • A specific project (capital expenditure or assistance with running costs)

Deadlines:

  • Small grants (up to £3,000): Continuous rolling programme. Trustees aim to review applications within 60 days of application submission.
  • Medium grants (£3,001 to £10,000): Applications accepted online four times a year during the following date ranges:

    4 January – 11 February
    18 April – 19 May
    10 July – 20 August
    9 October – 19 November

    Trustees aim to review applications within 8-12 weeks of application submission.
  • Large grants (over £10,001)N.B. Only applications from charities known to the Trust are accepted.

    Applications accepted online twice a year during the following date ranges:

    4 January – 4 March
    10 July – 10 September

    Trustees aim to review applications within 12-15 weeks of application submission.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

BeGambleAware’s Aftercare Funding Programme awards grants of up to £350,000 to support projects in England, Wales and Scotland that provide long-term recovery and rebuild from gambling harm, and enable people to live happy and healthy lives.

The core long-term outcome is improved recovery capital. ‘Recovery capital’ is defined as the internal and external assets needed to initiate and sustain recovery – to essentially recover a life that has meaning for the individual. Recovery capital looks different for everyone, but may include a combination of some core intermediate outcomes:

  • Improved mental health and wellbeing
  • Improved self-image (including, but not limited to, reducing stigma)
  • Increased confidence and self-believe in ability to accomplish goals (self-efficacy)
  • Increased knowledge about relevant supports available for those who have experienced gambling harms (directly or as affected by others) and among their support networks
  • Increased positive personal networks of support (including communities of understanding)
  • Increased practical skills, including, but not limited to, financial and employability skills

The Programme has three specific priority areas (it is not compulsory to meet one of these):  

  • Projects which aim to reach those who experience the greatest inequalities or people from disadvantaged communities
  • Projects delivered in partnership, particularly where the partnership involves a gambling specialist organisation and (an)other organisations with different specialisms 
  • Projects which are led by people with lived experience of gambling harms

Grants are available in two levels:

Level 1: funding of up to £150,000 for smaller or newer organisations or for those looking to test an approach. These projects should be between 18-36 months long.  

Level 2: funding of up to £350,000 for larger organisations that are already established and want to grow or develop their work further. These projects are expected to be between 24-36 months, with longer projects preferred.

Deadline: Monday 15 August 2022, 12 noon

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Sterry Family Foundation awards grants, typically under £3,000, to UK registered charities working in the UK and specific territories in Africa* in the areas of amateur sport, arts and culture, education, health and the relief of sickness.

*South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Zambia, Tanzania, Burundi, Malawi, Uganda and Kenya.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications should be made in writing to

The Sterry Family Foundation
c/o Rathbone Trust Company Limited
8 Finsbury Circus
London
EC2M 7AZ

The Foundation does not operate a website but more information can found on their Charity Commission listing.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Motability’s Research Grant Programme is awarding charities and organisations grants of between £50,000 and £1 million over the next three years.

Through the research grant programme, Motability hope to help charities and organisations to make an immediate positive impact for disabled people, to develop, expand and improve transport related research for disabled people, and produce data and findings that can be freely accessed by all.

Examples of areas where Motability are focussing their grant making include but are not limited to:

  • Grant funding for research into barriers and challenges faced by disabled people when accessing or using transport
  • Grant funding for transport related research that identifies good practice and evaluates solutions
  • Grant funding to conduct research to inform and improve new or existing transport related programmes and product design

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme until all funds are allocated over the next three years

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Motability’s Active Travel Grant Programme is awarding charities and organisations grants of between £100,000 and £4 million over the next three years.

Through this new grant programme, Motability aims to help charities and organisations to improve and expand access to quality and affordable active travel equipment and journeys, to ensure disabled people have the same opportunities to make decisions about how they travel, their impact on the environment and to enjoy the physical and mental health benefits that active travel can provide.

Examples of areas where Motability are focussing their grant making include but are not limited to:

  • Providing funding to ensure the voices and needs of disabled people inform and influence design requirements, and crucially, that they are shared with industry and Government to raise awareness
  • Providing funding of charitable programmes that introduce disabled people to different active travel products and services
  • Supporting existing programmes that have a clear focus on increasing travel confidence and safety for disabled people, to enable them to confidently use active travel products and services
  • Providing funding to schemes, programmes and initiatives that are already successful in supporting Active Travel and provide best practice solutions but need further support to remain operational or increase the service they provide, to help more disabled people
  • Providing funding to programmes, charities or organisations to help fund more high quality and affordable active travel equipment for disabled people

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme until all funds are allocated over the next three years

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Motability’s Wheelchair Sector Grant Programme is awarding charities and organisations grants of between £100,000 and £4 million over the next three years.

Through this new grant programme, Motability aims to help charities and organisations to make an immediate impact for disabled people, by awarding funding to improve and expand their access to good quality affordable wheelchairs. Their focus for this programme is on:

  • Funding to fill current gaps in provision for groups of people who are excluded from receiving help from existing sources/providers
  • Funding to enable charities and organisations to help individuals by topping up self-funding
  • Funding raising awareness of the challenges faced by disabled people in obtaining suitable, quality and affordable wheelchairs
  • Funding programmes to help fund high quality and affordable equipment
  • Funding to schemes, programmes and initiatives that already exist, and who provide best practice solutions, but need further support to remain operational or scale up the service they can provide to help more disabled people

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme until all funds are allocated over the next three years

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Motability, through their Community Transport Grants, is awarding charities and organisations working in Community Transport sector grants of between £100,000 and £4 million over the next three years.

Through this new grant programme, Motability aim to help charities and organisations to make an immediate impact for disabled people, by awarding funding to develop, expand and improve community transport options. Their focus for this programme is on:

  • Funding support for staff or volunteer training and costs
  • Funding to increase the number of vehicles available in the community to help organisations support disabled people
  • Funding local, regional, or national initiatives to increase awareness of community transport and influence its inclusion in transport strategy and policy
  • Funding to schemes, programmes and initiatives that already exist, and who provide best practice solutions, but need further support to remain operational or scale up the service they can provide to help more disabled people

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme until all funds are allocated over the next three years

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Movement for Good Awards is an annual platform for giving, set up by all the businesses that make up the Benefact Group (formerly known as Ecclesiastical Insurance Group). During 2022, they are donating more than £1 million to registered charities, not-for-profit organisations and community interest companies that are making good things happen in their communities.

The second draw of the year is currently open and inviting nominations for their September draw. Anyone can nominate the organisation they support to be awarded £1,000. The more nominations a charity receives, the greater their chance of winning. Winners are chosen at random.

The second draw takes place on 12 September with winners being announced between 19 – 30 September 2022.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Boatmen’s Charity awards grants to charities, voluntary organisations and community groups with projects that benefit the local communities of Deal, Walmer, Great Mongeham and Sholden in Kent.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

To apply, please complete their application form and return to:

The Clerk 
The Boatmen’s Charity 
c/o 292 St Richards Road 
Deal
Kent CT14 9LG 

or email: irene@mrsimantle.plus.com

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please contact the funder directly for more information.

The Ashley Family Foundation awards grants of typically below £10,000 to projects that are true to the Foundation’s values. Their focus is on supporting five main themes:

  • Wales – Half of the Foundation’s funding goes to projects in Wales and they continue to maintain strong links with communities in mid Wales.
  • Rural – They are especially interested in projects that open up opportunity in areas where it might not otherwise exist and that help alleviate the isolation and other hardships that can affect rural communities.
  • Arts – They want to help bring art to those people that it can help, and help those who will go on to bring art to the people. As a result they support organisations that provide a wide range of educational and creative activities, including applied arts and crafts, music, drama, and textiles. They also fund arts education with a focus on helping promising young Welsh talent.
  • Community – They Foundation is attracted to projects that bring people together, to help each other out and make their community a better, more joyful place. They support a range of community projects, including those focused on helping people who suffer from isolation and/or social disadvantage.
  • Small Charities – The Foundation has an affinity with small charities, the ones set up by people who are driven by love and kindness to help better the lives of those around them.

Grants are made primarily for project costs to organisations registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales and to unregistered organisations providing arts and/or community and social welfare projects when supported by a registered charity.

The Foundation is keen to fund good small scale arts and community projects in England and Wales and welcomes proposals from community museums, organisations, farms and gardens for funding for arts subjects.

Deadline: Friday 29 April 2022

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Consortium and its Community Collaborators, working in partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund, launch of the LGBT+ Futures: Equity Fund. This Fund, enabled thanks to National Lottery players, is awarding grants of up to £25,000 to grassroots groups and organisations who are run by and for one or more of the five communities of focus:

  • D/deaf, Disabled, Neurodivergent LGBT+ people
  • LGBT+ People of Colour and People from Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnicities
  • LGBTQI+ Women
  • Older LGBT+ people
  • Trans and Non-Binary people

Funds can be used for organisational running costs, projects and organisational / leadership development.

Deadline: Applications will be reviewed on a continuous rolling basis with the programme closing to new applications on Sunday 30 October 2022.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Amity Allotment Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, awards grants of up to £7,500 to cover start-up costs for new allotments or ongoing expenses for more established sites across Kent and Medway. Applications for funding would be considered for legal, or insurance costs, site purchase or rent costs, as well as the purchase of seeds, plants, tools, sheds, benches, fencing, water tanks, or communal tools.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Kent County Council’s Digital Inclusion Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, awards grants of up to £10,000 to enable frontline Kent (not including Medway) organisations to enhance their digital offer and strengthen client-facing technology infrastructure (this is not for internal systems upgrades such as client databases).

The funding is available for three key beneficiary groups:

  1. Disadvantaged young people seeking training and employment including looked after children to ensure that they can access online resources for school projects. 
  2. The elderly to navigate digital services and help them to access benefits and health services as well as well-being and social engagement activities. 
  3. Vulnerable adults to access training and skills development to enable independent living.

Funding is available to support infrastructure costs, but also service delivery costs for digital inclusion projects outlined above.

In addition, the fund will also support technology loan or upgrade schemes supporting the same beneficiary groups, so organisations can purchase hardware or connectivity packages that they can loan or use with their service users.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The National Churches Trust’s Gateway Grants makes grants of between £3,000 and £10,000 towards project development and investigative work up to RIBA planning stage 1, to support churches preparing for a major project, and in developing their project to the point at which they can approach a major grant funder. Grants will never exceed 50% of the net project costs for this phase.

The Gateway Grant Programme is also now able to offer grants of between £3,000 and £10,000:

  • for urgent and essential maintenance and repair projects costing between £10,000 and £100,000. Grants will never exceed 50% of the net project costs; and
  • to local church trusts to fund projects that support organisational development, increase their capacity to churches in their area or that deliver new ways of supporting churches in their area.

Applications from listed and unlisted Christian places of worship, of any denomination, across the UK are eligible to apply as long as they can answer ‘yes’ to the following:

  • Is yours a Christian place of worship (but not a cathedral) within the UK, and open for at least six services of public worship each year?
  • Do you own the building or have the right to carry out the work? If the church is not part of a major denomination then is the denomination registered with Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, or has it got charitable status?
  • Was your place of worship built as a place of worship originally and is it more than 30 years old? And are the works that this phase will inform, be either directly to the building or attached to it?
  • Is the building open to the public for a minimum of 100 days a year beyond worship use, or will be within one year of project completion?
  • Have you already raised at least 50% of this phase of the total project cost?
  • Is the project yet to start (we don’t accept applications for projects that have already started)?
  • Are two quotes in place for each element of the work in this application? (If not please take a look at the Trust’s MaintenanceBooker services and register online to get a free quote if the services are available in your area)
  • If already appointed – is the project being led by a qualified professional, with conservation accreditation from a recognised institution if it is a listed building?

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. See funder’s website for upcoming trustees’ meeting deadlines.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder for more information.

The National Churches Trust’s Foundation Grants programme makes grants of up to £5,000 towards urgent maintenance works and small repairs identified as high priority within a recent Quinquennial Inspection or Survey Report. As well as, small investigative works and surveys.

Project costs should be up to £10,000 excluding VAT and awards will never exceed 50% of the costs.

Applications from listed and unlisted Christian places of worship, of any denomination, across the UK are eligible to apply as long as they can answer ‘yes’ to the following:

  • Is yours a Christian place of worship (but not a cathedral) within the UK, and open for at least six services of public worship each year?
  • Do you own the building or have the right to carry out the work? If the church is not part of a major denomination then is the denomination registered with Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, or has it got charitable status?
  • Was your place of worship built as a place of worship originally and is it more than 30 years old? And are the works that this phase will inform, be either directly to the building or attached to it?
  • Is the building open to the public for a minimum of 100 days a year beyond worship use, or will be within one year of project completion?
  • Have you already raised at least 50% of this phase of the total project cost?
  • Is the project yet to start (we don’t accept applications for projects that have already started)?
  • Are two quotes in place for each element of the work in this application? (If not please take a look at the Trust’s MaintenanceBooker services and register online to get a free quote if the services are available in your area)
  • If already appointed – is the project being led by a qualified professional, with conservation accreditation from a recognised institution if it is a listed building?

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder for more information.

The Rank Foundation’s Pebble Grants programme awards up to £4,000 to UK registered charities and recognised churches (annual income under £500,000) which are raising money for projects where the total cost is less than £150,000. Funding can be spent on:

  • short breaks e.g. an annual respite break or holiday for disadvantaged young people;
  • equipment e.g. white goods; or 
  • capital costs e.g. refurbishment or minor building work. 

To be eligible, applicants are required to have already raised a third of the total costs. When making an application, the Foundation will ask to see proof that you have successfully raised this amount. 

Please note, the Foundation will not support projects that are for the benefit of only one ethnic or religious group; facilities must be open to the wider community.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications reviewed with approximately three months.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Childs Charitable Trust awards grants to registered (unless exempt) Christian-based organisations that share the Trust’s Christian ethos.

The vision of the Trust is to see a world where every person has the potential to hear and respond to the gospel message. The Trust’s mission, to help achieve the vision, is to strategically fund Christian organisations who actively share the Christian gospel.

Alongside funding specific project costs, the Trust will also accept applications for funds to help develop policy, advocacy and research. Please note, the following costs are not eligible:

  • New builds, repair, refurbishment, renovation projects, or fixtures and fittings.
  • Salary costs for youth workers
  • Foodbanks
  • Street Pastors/Wardens
  • Gap year projects

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications are reviewed quarterly in January, April, July and October.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

ARTCRY is a new fund supporting urgent artistic responses to current social and political events. The fund aims to encourage artists to create bold political work with funding in seven days to enable fast action. 

The fund seeks to support work that:

  • opens up or provokes dialogue and doesn’t close it down;
  • can startle people with a new perspective;
  • asks audiences to think more deeply;
  • strives to make an impact;
  • respects difference; and
  • can be presented freely in the public realm (includes digital spaces), with a spirit of openness and accessibility at its core.

Applications can be from any artform and from artists at any stage in their career. Grants of up to £2,500 are available.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Sevenoaks Town Council, through its Finance and General Purposes Committee, is awarding grants to local voluntary or charitable organisations which provide services to residents within the Parish of Sevenoaks Town. Through its Youth Services Committee, the Council also offers funding for youth activities.

To be eligible, organisations must:

  • provide services that will directly benefit the area and residents of Sevenoaks Town wards – Town, Kippington, St Johns, Eastern, Wildernesse and Northern
  • be independently established for charitable, benevolent or philanthropic purposes
  • have a written document setting out aims and objectives.

The grants aims to:

  • encourage and support the activities of voluntary or charitable organisations within Sevenoaks Town; and
  • promote new community initiatives where real additional benefits are offered to the community.

Grants can be used to support

  • Equipment purchase
  • Training
  • Hire of Premises
  • Information or publicity
  • Other project costs
  • Start-up or development costs for new community groups

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications are normally reviewed in August/September and February/March.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Ashworth Charitable Trust supports humanitarian causes operating locally, nationally and internationally by awarding grants of up to £5,000 (typically no more that £3,000) to small, UK registered charities.

The work of the Trust is informed by a set of underlying principles:

  • The oneness of humanity;
  • The establishment of true justice;
  • The paramount importance of education for all;
  • The need to address the situation of the very poor and of those at the margins of society;
  • That all people everywhere should be able to share the fruits of and be empowered to participate in the construction of a just, prosperous and sustainable society; and
  • That to achieve these aims, it is necessary to build the capacity of individuals, communities and institutions.

The Trust prefers to help fund humanitarian projects and activities that share this vision and that have any of these characteristics:

  • The project or activity has been initiated by people living at the grassroots who are empowered to find the solutions to their own problems;
  • The project has a relatively simple, clear set of objectives and actions that further the vision of the Trust;
  • The project develops the capacity of individuals, their communities or their institutions helping them to help themselves;
  • The project enhances the learning of individuals, their communities or their institutions;
  • The project’s ‘beneficiaries’ participate in the management and running of the project or activity; and
  • The project’s ‘beneficiaries’ have suffered, or are suffering, from injustice, poverty or personal circumstances that are difficult for the individual to overcome without assistance.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Trustees meet biannually in May and November to review applications.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information. The page will open in a new tab. Please enable pop-ups.

Theatres Trust’s Small Grants Programme, supported by The Linbury Trust, awards grants of up to £5,000 for essential works to to enable not-for-profit UK theatres to be viable and thrive in the future. The fund aims to support small projects that make a big impact to a theatre’s resilience, sustainability or accessibility.

Eligible projects include small capital works, the installation of key plant and machinery and works which make theatre buildings digital-ready. Applications are also welcome for projects that help theatres reopen as Covid-secure.

This scheme will prioritise improvements to buildings that protect theatre use and remove barriers to participation and attendance.

Please note that revenue and survey costs are ineligible. This fund is to support improvements and repairs to the building fabric, and the key plant and machinery or the purchase of key equipment (not software) to improve digital infrastructure.

To be eligible to apply to the scheme, applicants must demonstrate that they:

  • own or manage theatres with titles or signed leases of more than five years on buildings in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 
  • run a year-round programme of live performance, of no less than 30 performances a year 
  • have a bona fide UK charitable or not-for-profit legal structure and be able to provide certified or audited accounts for at least two years

Deadline: Friday 13 January 2023, 12 noon

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Architectural Heritage Fund’s (AHF) Transforming Places through Heritage supports projects that will contribute to the transformation of high streets and town centres in England helping them become thriving places, strengthening local communities and encouraging local economies to prosper.

This Fund is for individual heritage buildings in, or transferring to, community ownership. AHF will support charities and social enterprises to develop projects with the potential to bring new life to high streets by creating alternative uses for redundant or underused historic buildings in town centres.

The programme forms part of a wider initiative to revive heritage high streets in England, alongside Historic England’s High Streets Heritage Action ZonesTogether, these programmes are part of the Future High Streets Fund, administered by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.

The programme will focus on places where strategic regeneration programmes are planned or are already underway. This includes Heritage Action Zones (Chatham and Ramsgate) or places that have secured funding through the Future High Streets Fund (Chatham, Dover and Ramsgate). Historic building projects located within other area-based regeneration programmes, such as Townscape Heritage areas or where an applicant can demonstrate a significant community-led strategic approach is in place, will also be considered. 

The AHF can provide grants to help with assessing the viability of a project, or to help fund development costs or to match funds raised through Crowdfunding and Community Shares. We will also provide a small number of capital (delivery) grants for Transformational Projects.

Please note that AHF grants cannot be used to fund the same work that is being grant-aided through a Future High Streets Fund or High Streets Heritage Action Zone programme. These strands of funding cannot partner each other, but will fund projects that are complementary. These strands of funding may separately fund different stages of one project.

The Fund is broken down into different grants depending on what stage a project is at:

Just Starting Out

You may be thinking about forming an organisation or have recently constituted, or be a longstanding organisation tackling a new project. You have identified a building – either already in your ownership or one you have a reasonable prospect of owning. You may have some ideas about how the building could be restored and used, but are wanting to explore the options and test whether these will work.

  • Project Viability
    Grants up to £15,000
    Open to applications

Ready to Move Forward

You have already completed the feasibility and viability work needed, but you need to do more detailed work to develop your plans and secure capital funding to deliver your project. Please note, you would need to be set up as a Community Benefit Society to apply for the Shares Booster.

  • Project Development
    Grants up to £100,000
    Open to applications
  • Crowdfunding Challenge 
    Grants up to £25,000
    Open to applications
  • Community Shares Booster
    Development grants up to £10,000
    Open to applications

Ready to Restore Your Building

Your plans will be close to being fully developed and some of your delivery capital funding will already be in place, but there is a funding gap you need to fill.

  • Crowdfunding Challenge 
    Grants up to £25,000
    Open to applications
  • Community Shares Booster
    Equity investments up to £50,000
    Open to applications
  • Transformational Project
    Grants up to £350,000
    Currently closed

Deadline: See above under individual grants

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Leeds Building Society Foundation awards grants of up to £1,000 to UK registered charities (annual income under £1 million) which support those who are disadvantaged or in vulnerable circumstances. The Foundation primarily provides funding towards practical items (capital expenditure) that directly support those in need including those with disabilities, affected by homelessness, or with serious health issues.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Review meetings are held quarterly – see funder’s website for upcoming meeting dates.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The SpeedoMick Foundation awards grants to small, local charities working inline with the Foundation’s objectives – to work with groups supporting the vulnerable to:

  • advance education;
  • prevent or relieve poverty;
  • improve mental health; and
  • improve physical health.

The Foundation has a particular focus on helping disadvantaged young people and the homeless with initial priorities for funding aimed at those charities whose projects include:

  • working with those who are homeless;
  • ex-offender rehabilitation or educational support;
  • general relief for people in need; and
  • the advancement of education.

Amounts requested by applicants to be checked against pre agreed criteria of % of funds available in SMF and amount requested from SMF as % of overall charity.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Tudor Trust makes unrestricted grants, and provides other types of support, to small, community-led organisations that are often under resourced and work directly with people who are on the edges of mainstream society in ways which encourage inclusion, integration and independence.

The Trust wishes to support work that develops and promotes the social connections and relationships which make such an important contribution to the well-being and quality of life of individuals, and which strengthens communities. They are also interested in supporting organisations which challenge injustice and inequality in their communities and wider society, particularly where this work is rooted in the lived experience of those they work with.

In light of the ongoing pandemic, the Trusts is keen to support organisations which have the ability to flex and adapt, imagining new ways of doing things while holding true to their values.

There is no maximum or minimum grant, though in practice it is unusual for grants of less than £10,000 to be awarded.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Apply now’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The FCC Community Action Fund provides grants of between £2,000 and £100,000 to not-for-profit organisations for amenity projects eligible under Object D of the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF).

Eligible organisations are:

  • Registered Charity which operates a community facility
  • A Church or Parochial Church Council
  • A Parish or Town Council or a Management Committee or User Association acting on behalf of a Parish or Town Council
  • A Local Authority
  • A CASC Registered Sports Club

Projects must be sited within ten miles of an eligible FCC Environment landfill site. Within Kent there are two sites:

Norwood Landfill Site
Lower Road, Brambledown, Isle of Sheppey, Kent ME12 3AJ

Allington
Laverstock Road, Allington, Kent ME16 0LE

Applications for the provision, maintenance, or improvement of the following types of public amenity are accepted:

  • Village halls and community centres
  • Public play areas
  • Publicly available multi use games areas, skate parks and BMX tracks
  • Sport and recreation grounds including pavilions and clubhouses with full public access
  • Churches – community spaces only
  • Nature reserves
  • Public gardens, parks, country parks and woodlands with at least dawn to dusk access
  • Museums

Work must be targeted on a specific amenity at a single location. In all cases the project site must be open and accessible for the general public. It should be somewhere where the general public can go, join, or use without any limit or restrictions of use (or with reasonable access costs) being in place.

To be eligible, the project site must be owned, leased or under long term formal management agreement by the applying organisation. Any lease or management agreement must be in place before any application is made and have at least five years left to run.

Costs associated to contractors, materials, capital costs and small items of equipment used by volunteers and staff to deliver the project are eligible. General maintenance, running costs and contingency will not be funded.

Please note, successful applicants will be eligible to pay a 10.75% Contributing Third Party (CTP) payment before any funds are released. Read guidance on CTP payment here and how to calculate it

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications reviewed quarterly.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Marshall’s Charity’s Church Restoration Grant awards grants of typically up to £20,000 to Anglican churches within the dioceses of:

  • Canterbury
  • Guildford
  • Lincoln
  • Southwark

Churches within the diocese of Rochester need to consult the diocese directly.

While grants are for building projects, Trustees want to support projects where the building works will benefit the mission and ministry of the church.

Eligible repairs include:

  • roof repairs
  • tower repairs
  • stonework
  • church floors
  • new heating and lighting
  • new toilets
  • adaptations for disabled access
  • reordering including kitchen facilities, as long as they are within the footprint of the church building
  • sound systems
  • rewiring
  • mullions (not glazing)

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications reviewed three times per year

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Tesco Community Grants, administrated by Groundworks, awards grants of up to £1,500 to voluntary or community organisations (including registered charities/companies), schools, health bodies (e.g. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), NHS Hospital Trust, Foundation Trust), Parish/Town Councils, local authorities and social housing providers who aim to make a positive difference within their community.

Local good causes that focus on supporting children and families are eligible to apply. This could include:

  • Breakfast clubs
  • Holiday clubs
  • Food banks
  • Equipment or non-statutory services for nurseries or schools e.g. forest schools, library books
  • Equipment for Brownie, Guide or Scout Groups e.g. camping equipment, badges
  • Play areas
  • Counselling and support services
  • Activities to support mental health
  • Equipment/kit for sports teams
  • Services or equipment to support health issues such as cancer or dementia
  • Equipment for village/community halls

Tesco Community Grants is always open for applications from charities and community organisations. Three projects in 575 local communities are voted on by customers in Tesco stores throughout the UK, with projects changing every three months.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The National Lottery Community Fund’s Bringing People Together fund awards grants of up to £300,000 to charities, community groups, voluntary organisations and social enterprises.

This programme is particularly interested in projects that focus on one or more of the following priorities:  

  • builds connections across communities, not just within existing communities;
  • supports and explores what’s needed to connect communities and enables stronger collaboration to bring people together and keep people together;
  • focuses on creating longer-term change;
  • explores what best practice and new approaches to bringing people together  look like since the outbreak of COVID-19 ;
  • brings people together around climate action in communities;
  • builds collective action and strengthen communities’ own abilities to have control, influence and agency on the things that matter most to them (collective efficacy).

All projects will need to:

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Apply now’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

Kent County Council’s (KCC) digital funding programme, in partnership with Spacehive, seeks to help fund community-led coronavirus recovery projects across the county in order to become more vibrant, resilient and connected post-pandemic.

Alongside registering your organisation with the crowdfunding platform, Spacehive, where any member of the public can donate, Kent organisation’s are also invited to pitch their project ideas to KCC in the hope to be awarded up to £15,000 (or 50% of the crowdfunding target) in match-funding for their project. Additional funding is available to projects in the Folkestone & Hythe district – click ‘Find out more’ below for T&Cs.

To be eligible to apply, projects should contribute to the following:

  • Supporting community action in Kent particularly activities that are focused on supporting people who are facing financial difficulties or who are isolated as a result of Covid.
  • Supporting community assets and venues in Kent, that contribute to our local communities and local connections, improving wellbeing.
  • Helping to maintain the volunteering offer/social action we have seen during the pandemic post Covid 19.

Projects must benefit Kent (KCC area) residents and priority will be only offered to Kent-led constituted organisations (e.g. registered charities, CICs, community or voluntary groups) whose projects:

  • contribute to improving places, spaces or residents’ quality of lives; and
  • demonstrate creativity / innovation.

Deadline: Wednesday 28 September 2022

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

****Project Creator Workshops: Join KCC and Spacehive to learn more about CrowdfundKent in their free online workshops on 6 July, 12pm and 12 July, 5pm.****

The Mrs Smith & Mount Trust aims to assist disadvantaged people towards greater independence or a better quality of life. The Mrs Smith Fund makes grants to registered charities working with individuals in need that meet the Fund’s criteria.

Hardship funding is to be distributed by the recipient charities through small grants to disadvantaged people including, but not restricted to, those listed below:

  1. Young people leaving care (who have been looked after by the State)
  2. Individuals returning to the community after having lived in the care of the community or long stay hospital accommodation; after residential care e.eg the mentally ill, elderly or disabled people or; those who have had to give up their home and were unable to pay furniture storage fees
  3. Individuals who have lost the contents of their homes through fire, theft, flood, or vandalism, and who were unable to pay household insurance due to low income (the application in this category must be accompanied by a Police or Fire Officers report)
  4. Individuals who are being rehoused after living in a refuge and who are not able to obtain access to previous accommodation to collect their belongings
  5. Individuals who are being rehabilitated who receive benefits, other than income support and who are not entitled to receive any Government funded grant which will pay for such household item
  6. Individuals who have had to be rehoused due to circumstance beyond their control e.g. harassment; disablement or ill health; deterioration of property i.e. damp; where moving from furnished private to unfurnished council accommodation or; where care of another person is being undertaken who was not previously living in the accommodation

The funding should be used towards the purchase of household furnishings and equipment, baby equipment and, clothing.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Grants made annually.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder for more information.

The Mrs Smith & Mount Trust make grants of up to £20,000 over two years to UK registered charities whose beneficiaries are in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey and London.

The Trust aims to assist disadvantaged people towards greater independence or a better quality of life. Their current priorities are:

Mental Health

The Trustees support registered charities working with people with mental health problems.

Applications for funding for counselling services will only be supported where such services are either free or very low cost (details should be provided) and where counselling is provided specifically to address mental ill health as it results from social disadvantage or discrimination. Evidenced measures for improving mental health in the target group will be sought.

Charities applying under this category will have annual income of up to a £1 million.  Smaller charities with incomes of up to £500,000, particularly those working in rural communities, could be considered for larger grants of up to £20,000 paid over two or more years under this category.

Homelessness

The Trustees are focusing their support under this category in the following areas:

1. Church and Community Shelters
The Trustees wish to encourage the establishment of Church and Community Shelters in areas where there is insufficient provision for rough sleepers. Applications are invited for a contribution of up to one half of the fee charged by Housing Justice for their “Shelter in a Pack” and/or a contribution to the cost of bedding and other equipment for the shelter, as well as for existing shelters seeking to attain the Housing Justice Quality Mark.

2. Advice and Support
The Trustees are also keen to assist charities working with people who are affected by or threatened with homelessness. The Trustees wish to encourage applications to fund caseworker/s providing direct support, for example, to help find suitable housing, navigate access to benefits or organising appropriate professional assistance.

3. Training and Employment
The Trustees also welcome applications from charities providing training or employment opportunities for people seeking to leave homelessness behind them and move into regular work.

Charities applying under this category will have annual income of up to £1 million. If your charity also provides accommodation, annual income must be less than £1 million after deduction of rental income/housing benefit.

Health in the Community

Under this category the Trustees are keen to support charities working to improve health in the community. This could include, but is not restricted to, groups working in areas such as:

• young people leaving care;
• people recovering from domestic violence; or
• people in food poverty.

The Trustees are particularly interested in supporting innovative models of care which promote maximum growth for beneficiaries, including group work and user led projects. Unfortunately, the Trustees are unable to consider projects working with people with dementia and other mental health problems under this category.

This category is for smaller registered charities (with income of less than £500,000) for services provided primarily to rural communities. The Trustees wish to provide fewer, larger grants under this category towards core funding and are inviting applicants to provide details of their most pressing requirements for funding and, how this will ultimately benefit the health of people in their community. 

Grants are given for projects; general running costs/core funding; salaries; advice services; furnishings/equipment; organisational development.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. The Trustees meet three times per year in March, July and November and application forms and supporting documentation must be submitted at least six weeks in advance of a meeting or by the date specified.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder for more information.

The Matthew Good Foundation’s Grants for Good supports small, local community groups, charities, voluntary groups or social enterprises from across the UK with an annual income under £50,000 that have a positive impact on communities, people or the environment.

Every three months, the Foundation will share £10,000 between five shortlisted projects that have a positive impact on Foundation’s priority areas – communities, people or the environment. To stay true to its ethos of donating funds to causes close to the hearts of its members, every three months, five shortlisted projects will be voted for by John Good Group employees. 

These five charities will all receive a share of £10,000 – the more votes a cause receives, the bigger the donation. The project that receives the most votes will receive a grant of £3,500, second place £2,500, third place £2,000 with fourth and fifth place both receiving £1,000.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Funding will be awarded quarterly.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Philip and Connie Phillips Foundation awards grants in the region of £5,000 to £10,000, over one or two years, to charities registered and operating within Kent and Medway (annual income between £10,000 and £1 million).

Applicants must be able to demonstrate their impact on the health and wellbeing of their local community. The Foundation has the following priority areas:

  • Elderly and Isolated
    Supporting charities working with people who are elderly and isolated, particularly in rural areas. This may include activities to help improve people’s lives, or meal services, befriending, advice or other support.
  • Homelessness
    Supporting charities who help people who are homeless, lack stable accommodation or are in insecure or vulnerable housing.  
  • Combatting the effects of deprivation
    Supporting charities who are combatting the effects of deprivation such as food and hygiene poverty, or provide support for vulnerable families.
  • People with a long-term health condition or disability
    Supporting people living with disabilities and long-term health conditions, including helping people manage at home independently.

Funding can contribute towards general running costs, volunteer costs, salaries and project costs.

Deadline: Monday 3 October 2022, 6pm

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information. The fund will open in a new tab, please enable pop-ups in your browser.

Sports clubs, community groups and charities offering physical activities or physical health support can apply for up to £10,000 to support the delivery of healthy recreational activities in the borough of Ashford. The fund has a particular focus on encouraging those who do not currently engage in positive recreational activities, perhaps because of lack of opportunity, confidence or finance, to get active.

Eligible activities include indoor and outdoor pursuits, those that increase physical well-being and those that bring people together in positive community-based activities. This would include (but not exclusively) activities such as dance, walking groups, table tennis, martial arts, golf, archery, chair exercise, bowling, and all types of sport and athletics, together with exercise forms such as Yoga, Pilates and Zumba. Activities can be targeted at any age group and any sector of the population.

Grants will cover project delivery costs including activity and overhead costs. Capital costs such as new purchase or upgrades of existing equipment will also be considered.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications reviewed in April and October.

This fund is managed by Kent Community Foundation.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information. The fund will open in a new tab, please enable pop-ups in your browser.

Councillors of Canterbury City Council can award up to £200 to a community group or organisation for a one-off project. It must help make the district a better place to live by improving social or environmental wellbeing.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme until annual budget is spent.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

Sanctuary’s Community Investment Fund awards grants for community initiatives which provide vital support for Sanctuary residents and the amazing local groups supporting them through the Covid-19 crisis.

This could include, but is not limited to:

  • Job losses
  • Mental health
  • Money management
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Social isolation

Funding can also directly support community groups who need to change the way they engage with and offer support to Sanctuary residents due to the pandemic; examples include:

  • Moving services online and telephone based
  • Distributing activity or food packs for vulnerable families not able to access usual sessions and groups
  • Setting up a community hub to connect residents to local support services
  • Purchasing extra household cleaning products to allow support services to remain operational and safe for the public to attend
  • Support with setting up a household and medication delivery service

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

The Finnis Scott Foundation awards grants of up to £10,000 to projects in the areas of horticulture and plant sciences, as well as art history and the enhancement, conservation and preservation of art. 

Preference is given to smaller charities where a grant would have a significant impact.

The Foundation funds both capital and revenue projects. Requests for salaries will not be considered, except in the case of educational support (bursaries and apprenticeships). Grants are not given for expenditure which has already been made.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Trustees meet quarterly.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

The Theatres Trust’s Theatre Reopening Fund awards grants of up to £5,000 to help not-for-profit theatres across the UK to make Covid-19-related adaptions and prepare for reopening.

The Fund will support building improvements and purchasing equipment that will support the theatre to be able to open viably and safely. Costs could include:

  • alterations to circulation spaces to enable social distancing;
  • changes to ventilation systems;
  • purchase and installation of Perspex screens and sanitisation stations; or
  • any other equipment and building improvements that support reopening.

The Fund does not cover revenue costs.

Priority will be given to those which demonstrate how the project will support the theatre’s safe reopening.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme throughout 2020.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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