Artemis Charitable Foundation5th April 2023
Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner – Community Safety Fund5th April 2023
Grants are available to registered UK charities that work with communities in the UK for projects that address specific categories set out by the Trust each year.
Current Status: Open for Applications
Maximum value: £ 5,000
Objectives of Fund
The Trust operates a three-year rotation system, with different fields of interests being funded each year:
- In 2022, the focus is on the Arts. There will be a specific focus in the first two rounds on people in the early stages of their career, specifically performers and creatives. The third and fourth rounds will focus on projects that seek to address the under-representation of BAME people in all sections of the arts.
- In 2023, the first two rounds will be focused on rehabilitation of prisoners, ex-prisoners, and those at risk of offending. The third and fourth round on children and young people in care and care leavers.
The Trust awards grants of either £1,000 or £5,000 depending on the grant round:
- Round 1 – £1,000
- Round 2 – £5,000
- Round 3 – £1,000
- Round 4 – £5,000
The level of grant awarded is determined by the income of the charity:
- Grants of £1,000 are available for charities with an operating income of between £100,000 and £1 million.
- Grants of £5,000 are available for charities with a minimum operating income of £1 million. There is no maximum level.
Charities may only apply for one grant per calendar year.
Who Can Apply
Organisations registered with the Charity Commission (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) or OSCR, or exempt from registration, can apply.
How To Apply
Round 2 of 2023 is open until 30 April 2023. Notifications are expected in late June 2023.
Application forms are available to complete online at the Trust’s website. The Trust no longer accepts applications submitted by post.
Applicants should first read the guidelines and FAQs before starting the application process.