The Span Trust seeks to fund projects by making grants between £5000 and £ 20000 available that will alleviate poverty, disability, age or ill health.
The deadline is 29th September.
We are interested in projects that improve resilience within your community. This can include sessional activities/respite support, equipment for sessional activities, trips and residential breaks. We are also interested in new approaches and innovative ideas as well as sustainable approaches to supporting your community. We do not fund running costs or continuation of existing and ongoing work.
Grants are available for small, charitable organisations in Inner London to relieve poverty, disadvantage and homelessness; assist those who are elderly and infirm, and to support people with disabilities; and enhance education.
The Oliver Stanley Charitable Trust offers grants to registered charities throughout the UK.
The Consolidated Charities for the Infirm Grant is administered by the Merchant Taylors’ Consolidated Charities.
Funding is aimed at charitable organisations providing services to poor people living in London. Preference is given to work taking place in the London Boroughs of Lewisham; Southwark; Tower Hamlets; Hackney; and their environs; although occasionally grants will be awarded to charitable work being done in other London boroughs.
2017 Deadlines for applications: 1 June, 1 September, and 1 December 2017.
Large grants of over £10,000 are available to support projects for up to three years. Not-for-profit organisations in the UK can apply if they are supporting children and young people of 18 years and under who are experiencing disadvantage through:
The deadlines for applications are 31 March 2017, 20 April 2017 and 30 September 2017.
The Feminist Review Trust gives grants to projects in the UK and internationally that support women.
The Ulverscroft Foundation supports projects which will have a positive effect on the quality of life of visually impaired people (blind and partially sighted) or people with a print disability.
The Bright Ideas Trust (BIT) is intended specifically to help young entrepreneurs. It will address the issue of first – time businesses failing soon after setting up, due to a lack of experience. The Trust will provide advice, guidance and funding to help young people get their ideas off the ground.
Camden Council provides the Disabled Facilities Grant.