The Eranda Rothschild Foundation makes donations to registered charities (including CIOs) and universities working in the fields of medical research, education and the arts.
The Foundation considers applications from universities and other charities to support young professionals in fields including medicine, science and business. We support disadvantaged young people and apprenticeships.
The Foundation supports original research and the continuation of existing research. Social welfare is also considered under the medical theme and here the priority is to support work well known to The Eranda Rothschild Foundation’s Trustees.
The Foundation supports the education and outreach work of arts charities and prioritises work they are familiar with.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Review meetings are held three times a year:
- February / March
- June / July
- October / November
For more information and how to apply please click here.
Other Youth Funds
Home Office: Youth Endowment FundFriday June 28th, 2019
As part of the Government’s Serious Violence Strategy, the Home Office have made £200 million available over the next ten years to fund and test interventions aiming to prevent young people from being drawn in to crime and violence, to build up our knowledge of what works in this area. The Endowment Fund, run by…Education & Employment Health & Social Care Youth
The Weavers’ Company Benevolent Fund
The Weavers’ Company Benevolent Fund awards grants of up to £15,000 per annum to smaller UK registered charities working with: Young Offenders Prisoners and Ex-prisoners Young disadvantaged people, especially those at risk of criminal involvement Local organisations such as those working in a village, estate or small town should normally have an income of less than…Education & Employment Local Grants Youth
Colyer-Fergusson Charitable Trust: Investing in Young People
The Colyer-Fergusson Charitable Trust (CFCT)’s Investing in Young People grant programme seeks to support disadvantaged young people living at the margins of society; with the aim of improving their skills, building their confidence and resilience and breaking down the barriers to their employment. Grants are available to charities, CICs, social enterprises or other properly constituted not-for-profit…Education & Employment Youth
Credit Suisse EMEA Foundation
Credit Suisse EMEA Foundation awards grants (no minimum/maximum specified) to registered charities. The Foundation looks for opportunities to provide multi-year funding over two to five years where possible. The Foundation seeks to support long-term strategies for dealing with youth education and employability, and therefore organisations, whose work is particularly effective and continues to meet the Foundation’s…