Sylvia Waddilove Foundation UK

Arts & Culture Environmental Health & Social Care Heritage

The Trustees welcome applications from charities, CICs and Registered Societies. Grants are provided for projects relating to the following charitable purposes:

  • Education (organic farming, animal husbandry, veterinary science, animal welfare and animal surgery)
  • The visual and performing arts
  • Medical research
  • The relief of disability and severe illness
  • The preservation of buildings of architectural or historical significance
  • The accommodation of those in need

There are detailed individual eligibility criteria for each of the above charitable purposes – these are available on the administrator’s website and should be checked before making an application.

The following criteria apply to all applicants:

  • The applicant has not applied within the last two years
  • The applicant is a registered charity (including a CIO), CIC, Registered Society, or an exempt charity. Small charities which are not required to register with the Charity Commission because their income is less than £5,000 may also apply. The applicant may be an individual if the project relates to medical research
  • The applicant and the beneficiaries benefitting from the project are based in the United Kingdom
  • The applicant has been in existence for at least two years and has a track record of delivering projects
  • The project relates to one of the six charitable purposes listed above
  • The application relates to a project that is either new or has been running for less than five years

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. The Trustees usually meet in January, April, July and October. Applications are accepted during a small timeframe prior to the Trustees meeting. Deadlines are posted on the administrator’s website.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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