The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund awards grants to charities and organisations who aim to aid the research into learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those (children and adults) affected by severe learning disabilities, including autism.
The Fund operates two general grant funding streams, a General Grant Programme for appeals over £10,000 and a Small Grant Programme for appeals below £10,000.
Capital and revenue costs for specific projects and for general running/core costs are all considered.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Trustees meet in March, June and November of each year. The deadlines for submitting an appeal for funding over £10,000 are:-
- 1 December for consideration in March
- 1 March for consideration at the June meeting
- 1 August for consideration at the November meeting
Those applications asking for up to £10,000 are reviewed more regularly. All applications can be submitted at anytime and if they meet the criteria, they will be reviewed at the next meeting.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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