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.
The Dudley and Geoffrey Cox Charitable Trust (formerly known as the Haymills Charitable Trust) offers grants to UK registered charities which are predominantly working in the City of London and the London Boroughs of Ealing and Hillingdon.
Grants are available for local charitable organisations carrying out projects and activities that benefit the residents of North East London and Essex.
Grants are available for local voluntary and community groups and charitable organisations undertaking social welfare or community projects throughout England and Wales.
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:
Grants of between £1,000 and £20,000 are available to support work where there is clear evidence of benefit to those experiencing food poverty, disadvantage or isolation in London.
Through our grant-making we seek to make a difference by acting as a ‘catalyst’ for change. This could be to develop a new project or improve existing services. We recognise there are social determinants of ill-health, and that for change to be sustainable, beneficiaries must be active and informed participants.
Funding is available to assist people in immediate need in London. A grant is made available to front line agencies, social work professionals, charitable and community groups, that are working directly with people in need and that have the expertise to assess need, offer welfare rights advice and distribute hardship grants on the charity’s behalf.
Funding is available to tackle food poverty and provide money, debt and housing advice in London.