Lloyds Bank Foundation: Enable

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Charities and CIOs can apply for Lloyds Bank Foundation’s Enable grant of up to £15,000 over one or two years to help their organisation deliver their mission more effectively.

Applicants must be working with people who are experiencing at least one of the following:

  • offending;
  • children and young people leaving a care situation;
  • moving from community-based or institutional care for mental ill health;
  • unemployment;
  • homelessness / vulnerably housed;
  • independent living for those with a learning disability;
  • dependency on drugs, alcohol or gambling;
  • domestic violence;
  • trafficking or sexual exploitation;
  • UK settlement – refugees and asylum seekers;
  • young parents;
  • caring responsibilities; and/or
  • older people losing independence.

UK registered charities and CIOs with an income between £25,000 and £1 million may apply.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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