The Tony and Sheelagh Williams Charitable Foundation aims to have the greatest benefit to people most in need.
The Foundation favours charities that support the most disadvantaged and vulnerable people in society. This may include, charities that address the needs of people who are suffering because of poverty, homelessness, abuse, neglect, illness, disability, addiction or age.
Charities that are providing innovative solutions to entrenched problems, that embrace new technology, that demonstrate they can learn and adapt as circumstances change, and that always have the welfare of their employees and volunteers in mind are favoured.
Preference will be given to charities with a turnover of no more than £2 million and that are based in London and the South East.
Grants will be typically between £1,000 and £30,000.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Applications will be considered twice annually in September and March. The cut-off date for applications will be the 1 September and 1 March respectively.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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