Smallwood Trust – Community Grant Partnerships

Grants for non-profit organisations with existing projects that support women to become financially resilient in specified areas of England.

A total of £450,000 is available. Grants of up to £25,000 per year for three years (maximum grant of £75,000) are available. The Trust will fund up to 20% management costs to run the programme.

The Smallwood Trust’s mission is to support women on low incomes to become financially resilient. The funding is to be used by the grant recipient to provide small cash grants (up to £1,000) for individual women to help them overcome personal and financial barriers, helping them to make changes in their lives

The Community Grant Partnerships fund is open to charities, social enterprises and other non-profit organisations who have existing projects that support women to become financially resilient and could offer grants to individual women linked to the following aims:

  • Employment stability
  • Financial stability
  • Housing stability
  • Mental health and well-being

The Smallwood Trust’s area of benefit for this round is the areas of:

  • Stoke-on-Trent
  • Liverpool/Merseyside
  • Middlesbrough/Teesside
  • Rural communities in Staffordshire and the Tees Valley.

The deadline for applications is 19 June 2020.Successful applicants are expected to be notified in late July 2020.

Guidance notes and the application form can be found on the Smallwood Trust website.

Contact the Smallwood Trust for further information.

Tel: 0300 365 1886

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