People’s Postcode Trust: Community Grants

Education & Employment Health & Social Care Wednesday August 14th, 2019

People’s Postcode Trust aims to fund grassroots organisations, local charities and non-profit community businesses seeking to effect positive change within their local area. Grants of up to £2,000 are available if you are one of the following:

  • Companies limited by guarantee with a non-profit purpose
  • Constituted voluntary organisation with no charity number
  • Community Interest Company with no charity number
  • Constituted sports group with no charity number
  • Organisations with tax exempt status but no registered charity number

Registered charities may apply for up to £20,000.

Only constituted organisations that have their own bank account in their name will be funded.

This year the Trust are focussing their priorities on:

  • Poverty prevention
  • Promoting human rights
  • Combatting discrimination

Deadline: There are two funding rounds per year. Each round consists of two stages:

Stage 1 is an EOI then successful applicants will be invited to Stage 2 to apply. Dates for 2019 are:

Round 1
Stage 1: 6 – 20 February
Stage 2: 27 March – 10 April

Round 2
Stage 1: 31 July – 14 August
Stage 2: 11 – 25 September

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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