are available to UK registered charities and other charitable
organisations for projects that support disadvantaged people, animal
welfare, the Armed forces or the local community. Funding is at the
discretion of the Trustees. The level of funding varies each year
depending on the donations received by the Foundation.
notes, a checklist, and an application form can be found on the
Foundation’s website (http://stuarthalbertfoundation.org.uk/).
The completed applications form should be submitted by post to the
Foundation. No other form will be considered.
is available to charities for projects that advance the Christian
faith, promote urban and rural regeneration in areas of social and
economic deprivation, and relieve sickness within England and Wales.
there is no set amount, grants tend to range from smaller grants of
around £1,000 to larger grants of £275,000. A total of 208 grants
were awarded last year. Applications may be submitted at any time and
will be considered quarterly.Preference will be given to
charities working in the Yorkshire region
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
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.
Trustees will consider applications for core costs as well as for
grants programme for Birmingham and the West Midlands is as follows:
Mediation and Counselling
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.
can be made either in writing to the Trust Administrator or by the
preferred method of completing the online application form at the
are available to not-for-profit organisations in England that are
developing cycling activity in their community for the development of
new, or the improvement of existing, cycling facilities in
is a total of £15 million available for the three years with two
levels of funding:
grants of between £1,000 and £50,000 are available. It is expected
that the average grant will be much less than £50,000.
grants of up to £500,000.
key objectives of the programme are to:
people to ride.
a lasting legacy.
can be submitted at any time until 15 January 2021. Decisions will be
made every 12 weeks.
funding is required and should be between 25% and 50%.
is recommended that applicants discuss their ideas before starting
the application process with the relevant Cycling Delivery Manager,
who can help to refine their ideas and provide feedback on lessons
learnt from other projects.
are available to Armed Forces charities, Community Interest Companies
or Armed Forces units for projects supporting Armed Forces families
in the UK who are facing challenges. The total budget for the
programme is £7.5 million.
following grants are available:
grants of £30,000-£100,000.
grants of £100,001-£300,000 (some exceptional projects could
receive up to £500,000).
are for projects lasting between one and three years.
on all grants will be made in February 2020.
applicants must be one of the following:
charities, which meet the Trust’s definition of an Armed Forces
Interest Companies (CICs), which meet the Trust’s definition of an
Armed Forces CIC.
Forces units with a UIN (Unit Identification Number).
with other organisations, either informally or as Delivery Partners
who will help develop and deliver the overall project, is encouraged
but not required.
application procedure depends on the size of grant being requested:
grants – A single stage application process is in place with an
application deadline of 12 September 2019.
grants – There is a two-stage application process in place.
Initially, an expression of interest should be submitted by the
deadline of 18 July 2019.
Successful expressions of
interest will be shortlisted
and applicants will then be invited to complete a full application,
which will need to be submitted by 19 December 2019.
are available to Armed Forces charities for projects and activities
that support the mental health and well-being of veterans. The
Positive Pathways Programme has a total budget of up to £9 million.
following one-off, fixed flat rates of funding are available towards
project costs: £35,000 for one year or £70,000 for two years.
receiving a grant under the Positive Pathways Programme will be aided
by larger organisations funded under the Strategic Pathways Programme
to help connect their work with wider networks that support veterans’
mental health. (Further details are provided to successful applicants
along with their offer letter).
is a rolling programme with multiple rounds. Applications received by
the following dates will be assessed as follows:
September 2019 (5pm) to receive a decision by end of November 2019.
November 2019 (5pm) to receive a decision by end of February 2020.
March 2020 (5pm) to receive a decision by end of May 2020.
are available to UK registered charities that are working with young
people (up to 25 years) for projects that make a real difference to
those most in need and which focus on children and young people with
disabilities, who are sick in hospital or who are life limited.
of up to £30,000 per year are available for one-off or medium terms
projects. There is approximately £200,000 available to distribute
can be requested for up to two years for any particular project.The next deadlines for application are 23 July 2019 and 8
Foundation makes grants to a wide range of charities supporting
children and young people up to the age of 25 that meet one of its
chosen areas of focus:
People and Education
People and Health
forms are available to download from the Foundation’s website
An electronic copy and a hard copy of the application should be
submitted along with the supporting information outlined in the
the DM Thomas Foundation for Young People for further information on
020 7605 7733 or email@example.com.
are available to registered charities for disability, social welfare
inner city community projects, penal reform, and respite for carers
in England and Wales.
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.
can be made at any time.The
charity’s objects are particularly focused on the following:
Alchemist Scheme, which receives about half of the available
especially mobility, access, help lines and communications.
welfare, including inner city community projects, disaffected youth,
family mediation, homelessness.
reform, including work with prisoners, especially young prisoners,
and their families.
Foundation does not maintain a website or an email address so
should write to the Alchemy Foundation for information on how to