The Henry Smith Charity distributes over £28 million a year in grant programmes designed to reduce social and economic disadvantage in the UK. Following a review of its grant procedures, the Funder has refined its Main Grant programmes, separating it into two defined funds under the same new strategy that aims to work with people for whom other sources of support have failed, been inappropriate or are simply not available.
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The closing date for applications is 16 January 2018.
The BBC Children in Need Main Grants programme is accepting applications for large grants of over £10,000 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 Span Trust seeks to fund projects by making grants between £5000 and £ 20000 available that will alleviate poverty, disability, age or ill health.
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.
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 voluntary and community groups and charitable organisations undertaking social welfare or community projects throughout England and Wales.
The Improving life for Londoners fund helps organisations based and working in London to deliver projects which will address inequality and lift people out of poverty in the capital.