Alchemy Foundation

Grants are available to registered charities for disability, social welfare inner city community projects, penal reform, and respite for carers in England and Wales.

A substantial proportion of the total funds available are allocated in the form of repeat grants for projects previously supported. The amount available for supporting new projects is, therefore, limited.

Applications can be made at any time.The charity’s objects are particularly focused on the following:

  • The Alchemist Scheme, which receives about half of the available funding.
  • Disability, especially mobility, access, help lines and communications.
  • Social welfare, including inner city community projects, disaffected youth, family mediation, homelessness.
  • Respite for carers.
  • Penal reform, including work with prisoners, especially young prisoners, and their families.

The Foundation does not maintain a website or an email address so pplicants should write to the Alchemy Foundation for information on how to apply.

Richard Stilgoe OBE
Alchemy Foundation
Trevereux Manor
Limpsfield Chart

2 thoughts on “Alchemy Foundation

  1. we are the chief Olali Peters Ebifate foundation located in the niger delta of Nigeria, touching and empowering people with disabilities as one of our core goals.
    we are seeking for funding and partnership from bigger organisations such as the Alchemy foundation to perform our humanitarian and your foundations goals in this part of Africa, if we are given the chance.

    1. Chief Olali, I have looked at the Achemy Foundation and it appears that it is not accepting new applications for the moment as its income has been reduced during the covid pandemic.

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