The February Foundation

Arts & Culture Health & Social Care Heritage

The February Foundation makes grants to a range of charities and charitable causes in particular, the relief of those in need by reason of youth, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage, the advancement of education and  the advancement of the arts, culture and heritage.

The Foundations grant making policy states their support to:

  • charities which are for the benefit of persons who are making an effort to improve their lives
  • charities which are for the benefit of persons no longer physically or mentally able to help themselves
  • charities which have a long-term beneficial impact on the future of individuals, groups of individuals, or organisations
  • charities which protect the environment
  • small or minority charities where small grants will have a significant impact, and
  • companies where the acquisition of equity would be in line with the trust’s charitable objectives.

In the last financial year grants were awarded to registered charities who were active in end-of-life care, healthcare and patient support and education.

There is no minimum grant. The maximum grant is usually £5,000 per award, but is reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

Other Heritage Funds

Environmental Health & Social Care Heritage Local Grants Youth

Dulverton Trust Fund

Friday March 29th, 2019

The Dulverton Trust Fund, administrated by Kent Community Foundation, awards grants of between £500 to £5,000 to small charities and charitable organisations, normally with an annual income of under £200,000. The Trust wishes to support projects that align with their existing priorities: youth opportunities; general welfare; conservation and preservation of habitats; and preservation of heritage…

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The National Lottery Heritage Fund: National Lottery Grant for Heritage

The National Lottery Grant for Heritage fund offers between £3,000 to £5million to not for profit organisations with projects that connect people and communities to the national, regional and local heritage of the UK. As a guide, this could include: oral history cultural traditions nature natural and designed landscapes community archaeology historic buildings, monuments and…

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Arts & Culture Heritage Religion

Idlewild Trust: Conservation Grant – Objects and Works of Art

The Idlewild Trust awards grants of up to £5,000 to UK registered charities and churches that are excepted as charities (income is under £100,000 per annum) with projects that aim to conserve historic or artistically important objects and works of art including artefacts, textiles, furniture, metalwork, manuscripts, wall paintings, tombs and stained glass of high quality.…

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Arts & Culture Community Buildings/Halls Education & Employment Health & Social Care Heritage

Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation awards grants to small, well-established charitable organisations (annual income under £500,000) who address local issues in areas of extreme urban deprivation, or in remote and fragile rural communities. Rural Issues Projects that look to support communities in cities, towns, villages and areas with 10,000 or less inhabitants which are classified in the latest…

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