The Thomas Wall Trust’s Grants for Registered Charities scheme awards funding of up to £5,000 towards specific projects or core activities that support literacy, numeracy, digital and additional skills for learning that are likely to assist employment prospects.
- be a UK charity that has been registered with the Charity Commission for at least three years;
- apply for a project or running costs that equips people (aged 11 and over) with the skills ready for employment;
- have annual repeat funding for up to three years – subject to satisfactory annual reviews of progress and impact; and
- not have an annual turnover that exceeds £500,000.
The Trust prioritise applicants that:
- match funded projects;
- can provide compelling evidence of impact;
- work with collaborative networks; and
- have self-sustainable projects, with a view to becoming less reliant on grants in the future.
Deadline: Open now with grants being awarded in November 2020.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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