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There’s lots we can do to help. Find out what support is on offer.

Funding for core costs

Awarding funds from the National Lottery The Community Fund offer a number of grant opportunities to bring real improvements to communities and to the lives of people most in need.

Visit the Community Fund website

Supports organisations working in the areas of welfare, youth, community, arts, faith, environment, education, health and museums and heritage.

Visit the Garfield Weston Foundation website

Fast track or multi-year grants in the fields of education, disability, children and young people and the relief of need.

Visit the Leathersellers Company Charitable Fund website

Offers grants to support with long-term core costs or to strengthen organisational development. 

Visit the Lloyds Bank Foundation website

Support small registered charities working in the fields of:

  • social welfare
  • literature
  • arts and heritage
  • environmental causes
  • animal welfare
  • education and training.

Visit the Marsh Christian Trust website

Supports organisations contributing to the common good and social change in education, society, faith and care through running costs, developing policy, advocacy and research and expansion.

Visit the Porticus website

Supporting the start-up, development and sustainability of community businesses.

Visit the Power to Change website

Helping to deliver positive and lasting change to UK society focusing on the themes of opportunity, environment and heritage.

Visit the Swire Charitable Trust website

Supporting work benefitting groups experiencing social and/or economic disadvantage and work that tackles problems in areas of high deprivation, includes holiday grants for children.

Visit the Henry Smith Charity website

Supports smaller groups, embedded in their communities, which work directly with people who are on the edges of mainstream society, encouraging inclusion, integration and independence.

Visit The Tudor Trust website

For projects working with a variety of groups which are considered to be disadvantaged, also support summer play schemes. 

Visit The Woodward Charitable Trust website

Last updated: 13/04/2022 15:07

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