One-off grants are available to UK registered charities based in Birmingham and the West Midlands in the areas of social welfare, medical and healthcare, education and training, conservation, penal reform and the arts.
Small grants of up to £2,000 are awarded monthly. The Trustees meet every six months to award approximately twenty large grants of between £10,000 and £20,000 with an occasional maximum of £50,000.
Grants are normally awarded on a one-off basis and repeat applications are not usually considered within two years of the award.
The Trustees will consider applications for core costs as well as for development/project funding.
The grants programme for Birmingham and the West Midlands is as follows:
Advice, Mediation and Counselling
Education and Training
Environment and Conservation
Medical and Healthcare
The Trust also offers grants to UK-wide organisations for projects with a clear Quaker connection and which support the work of the Religious Society of Friends in the UK.
Applications can be made either in writing to the Trust Administrator or by the preferred method of completing the online application form at the Trust’s website.