The Clothworkers’ Foundation aims to improve the quality of life, particularly for people and communities facing disadvantage. The Foundation operates two grant programmes: Main and Small.
Main Grant Programme Criteria: Annual income under £15 million / no maximum project total / no maximum grant size however the average grant is £25,000
Small Grant Programme Criteria: Annual income under £25,000 / maximum project cost is under £100,000 / maximum grant size is under £10,000
UK registered charities and non-profits organisations can apply for support in the following priority areas:
• Alcohol and substance misuse
• Disabled people
• Disadvantaged young people
• Domestic and sexual violence
• Older people
• Disadvantaged minority communities
• Prisoners and ex-offenders
• Visual impairment
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications are reviewed within six months (Main) or eight weeks (Small).
For further information and how to apply please click here.
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