Grants are available to smaller community-led groups that support people at the margins of society in the UK, encouraging independence, inclusion and integration.
Current Status: Open for Applications
Maximum value: Discretionary
The Trust supports work that tries to meet the many different needs of people at the margins of society. It does not have any specific funding programmes to advance any particular agenda, but it is keen to work with organisations that have a real understanding of the challenges facing the communities they support and a clear sense of the difference they seek to make through their work.
There is no maximum or minimum level of grant, although it is unusual for a grant of less than £10,000 to be made. Grants are usually for one, two or three years.
Funding is sometimes available over a longer period, usually by making a further grant following on from the original one.
Advice and development support for organisations is also available from the Trust, and in some situations short-term loans might be made, if this is the most helpful solution.
The Trust currently funds around one in ten applications.
Applications are invited from charitable organisations, including registered charities, unincorporated associations, community interest companies, and industrial and provident societies. Organisations should be working directly with people in the UK who are on the edges of mainstream society and have limited access to resources and opportunities.
Organisations must have a constitution and a bank account.
The Trust is particularly interested in supporting smaller under-resourced organisations with an annual turnover of less than £1 million. Last year 77% of grants went to groups with an annual income of less than £500,000. (Larger organisations are advised to contact the Trust before making an application.)
The Trust is looking to fund organisations that:
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