National Funding

Details of national funding bodies who will support activities and groups operating in West Berkshire

Adults and Older People

Arts and Heritage

Community Buildings

Children, Young People and Families

Disability

General

Sports and Leisure

Animals and Environment

Faith

Adults and Older People

Title Description Max Amount of Funding
ACT Foundation The ACT Foundation (ACT) provides grants to individuals and other charities with the aim of enhancing the quality of life for people in need, particularly those with mental and physical disabilities No minimum or maximum amount
The Allen Lane Foundation The Allen Lane Foundation is a grant making trust set up in 1966 by the late Sir Allen Lane, founder of Penguin Books, to support general charitable causes. Variable
The Austin & Hope Pilkington Trust Awards grants to UK registered charities for projects undertaken in the UK. up to £10,000
Bupa UK Foundation Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations in the UK for charitable projects that aim to support and improve people's mental health at the critical mid-life-stage (from late 20s to early 50s). up to £50,000
Charles Haywood Foundation The Charles Hayward Foundation is a grant-making charitable trust which is located in the United Kingdom. We make grants to charities which are registered in the U.K.  Main areas Heritage and Conservation, Criminal Justice, Overseas & Small grant scheme up to £5,000 Variable
The Childwick Trust Grants are available to UK registered charities.  The overall focus of the charity is to award grants for the promotion of health, particularly for the relief of the disabled and older people in need. £5000-£30000
Comic Relief Tech vs Abuse Grants are available for not-for-profit organisations in the UK to develop tech support solutions to improve the safety of women and girls affected by domestic abuse within the UK. Max £50,000
Concertina Trust Grants are available to charitable organisations in England and Wales to improve the quality of life of elderly members of society, through cultural activities and related facilities. £500
Dunhill Medical Trust Grants are available for UK charities and charitable organisations that are working to provide care, activities and services for older people. £100,000
ea Consulting Group The trust funding priorities are,Children and young people, the elderly, people with health issues and disabilities, supporting other charities or voluntary bodies, disaster relief Unknown
Feminist Review Trust Grants are available for projects in the UK and internationally that transform the lives of women. Up to £15,000
Foyle Foundation The Foyle Foundation, which has traditionally given large grants in the areas of Arts and Learning, now has a Small Grants Scheme supporting smaller charities, especially those working at the grassroots level, across a wide range of activities. £1,000 - £10,000
The Gilbert & Eileen Edgar Foundation Grant for voluntary and community organisations assisting those in need and promoting science and the arts. £250-£5,000
Girdlers' Company Charitable Trust The Trust's main aims are to: improve the quality of life of those disadvantaged by poverty, disability or ill health; provide education and training support in the pursuit of excellence; and preserve or improve the physical fabric of the community. Applications are considered under the categories of Hammersmith and Peckham and General applications, which are available in England and Wales. £1000
Greggs Foundation Local Community Projects Fund Grants are available for community organisations in Great Britain to provide new experiences, especially activities that they would not otherwise be able to, for the most disadvantaged people. £2000
The GSK Impact Award The GSK IMPACT Awards have been running since 1997 and are designed to recognise and reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health. They are funded by GlaxoSmithKline and managed in partnership with The King’s Fund. Up to £30,000
Health and Care Volunteering Fund Increase investment in volunteering in health, public health and social care.  
Heart Research UK & SUBWAY Healthy Hearts Grant Grants are available for not-for-profit organisations to support new and innovative projects that promote heart health and prevent or reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities in the UK. Max £10,000
Help the Homeless Grant Grants are available to small and medium-sized charities in the UK working to assist homeless people to rebuild their lives and return to the community. Max £5000
The Homelessness Transition Fund We are an independent fund that aims to protect essential services for homeless people, encourage innovation and support communities to adopt the 'No Second Night Out' standard.  The 2013 Future Ready Fund and the Future Ready Exclusive Bonus Round are now open. Up to £25,000
The Illiffe Family Charitable Trust Makes grants to organisations both locally and nationally for projects supporting children/young people, elderly, people with disabilities, heritage projects. For charities and voluntary bodies. No minimum value up to £10,000
Inman Charity Grants are available for registered charities in the UK carrying out medical, social welfare or general welfare activities. £1500-£5000
LLoyds Bank Community Foundation The Foundation funds local, regional and national charities working to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales. Variable
Heart Research Uk - Healthy Hearts Grants Healthy Heart Grants support innovative projects designed to promote heart health and to prevent or reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities across the UK. Max £10,000
MacMillan-Supporting You to Help Others Grant Funding for both new and established cancer self help and support groups in the UK and their activities and user involvement projects and associated activities. Variable
Ministry of Defence- Aged Veterans Fund Grants are available to charitable organisations working in partnership (the lead must be a registered charity) for projects that support non-core health, wellbeing and social care needs of UK veterans over the age of 65 years who reside permanently in the UK. Max £500,000
Movember Europe Grants are available to community based organisations in the UK that have an innovative idea that could help tackle some of the most pressing issues faced by men. £12,500 max
NHS England - Celebrating Participation in Healthcare Community Grants A small number of one-off grants are available for voluntary and not-for-profit organisations in England that want to share examples of good practice where involving patients and the public in the work of the NHS have improved services. £1,000 max
The Percy Bilton Charity Disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities and older people may apply for grants towards furnishings and equipment (excluding office items), building or refurbishment projects. Social Workers, Community Psychiatric Nurses and Occupational Therapists may apply on the behalf of individuals in financial need who have a disability or severe mental health problem, or who are over 65, for grants to purchase basic household furniture, equipment and clothing costing up to £200. up to £5000
Rayne Foundation Grants are available to charities in the UK in support of work of national importance which helps society's most vulnerable or disadvantaged. Areas of interest include arts, education, health/medicine and social welfare and development. No mimimum or maximum amount
Scott Bader Commonwealth Global Charity Fund Grants are available to help young or disadvantaged people and minority communities worldwide. Max £25,000
Second Half Fund Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations for innovative projects in England that support the growth of new ways of mobilising the time and talents of people aged over 50 specifically in support of: children and young people, parents and families, ageing well, creating resourceful and resilient local places. Max £250,000
Sport England Active Aging Fund Grants are available for projects which help inactive older people (aged 55 years and above) in England to get active. Max £1,000,000
Tampon Tax Fund Grants are available for voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations that are working in the UK with disadvantaged women and girls or women and girls affected by or at risk of violence or abuse. Min £15,000
Triangle Trust Fund 1949 Funding for charities, not-for-profit social enterprises and community interest companies in the UK that are working to support unpaid carers or the rehabilitation of offenders or ex-offenders. Variable
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation gives away around £2 million each year to projects which address rural issues or urban deprivation. Within these categories the Foundation makes grants in three broad areas: Community Support; Arts, Education & Heritage; and Disability & Health Care. £10,000 to £30,000
Tudor Trust Funding is available for work in the UK that aims to build stronger communities and tries to meet the many different needs of people at the margins of society. No minimum or maximum amount

Wakeham Trust

The Wakeham Trust provides grants to help people rebuild their communities. They are particularly interested in neighbourhood projects, community arts projects, projects involving community service by young people, or projects set up by those who are socially excluded.

£75-£750

Women and Girls Initiative Large grants are available to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in England whose primary purpose is to support women and girls for ambitious projects that empower women and girls to take control of their lives. Max £750,000
YAPP Charitable Foundation Grants are given to small registered charities in England and Wales for work with elderly people, children and young people aged five to 25 years, people with disabilities or mental health problems, people with a history of offending, addiction or abuse, and education and learning. Max £3,000

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Arts and Heritage

Title Description Max Amount of Funding
The Allan & Nesta Ferguson Trust Grants are given to charitable organisations involved in projects supporting the interests of the Trust, and also to individual students who are undertaking a gap year or studying for a PhD maximum of £50,000
Ambition for Excellence Funding to support organisations and partnerships, including private sector arts companies, community and charitable arts organisations, museums with production, commissioning or creative projects that have potential for significant impact on the development of talent and leadership, and the growth of an ambitious international-facing arts infrastructure in England, especially outside London. Maximum £750,000
BBC Performing Arts Fund Fellowships are available to enable not-for-profit organisations in the UK to support individuals through the early stages of their performing arts career. up to £10,000
Calouste Gulbenkian Funding is available to support a very small number of truly exceptional ideas and/or projects that contribute to meeting the identified objectives under their three main strategic aims: Cultural Understanding, Fulfilling Potential and Environment. Between £10-£30,000
Charles Haywood Foundation The Charles Hayward Foundation is a grant-making charitable trust which is located in the United Kingdom. We make grants to charities which are registered in the U.K. Main areas Heritage and Conservation, Criminal Justice, Overseas & Small grant scheme up to £5,000 Variable
D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust Funding for the arts, medical welfare and the environment up to £5000
Elephant Trust The Trust awards grants to artists, small organisations and galleries within the United Kingdom to make it possible for artists and those presenting their work to undertake and complete projects when frustrated by lack of funds. £2000-£5000
English Garden Future Fund The English Garden Future Fund operates as an annual bursary programme, rewarding projects that will inspire gardeners and promote horticulture in the UK. £7,000
Fidelio Chartiable Trust The Trust provides grant funding to help individuals and organisations of exceptional ability in the UK who would not otherwise be able to carry out an artistic project or activity without financial support. £5000 maximum
Foyle Foundation The Foyle Foundation, which has traditionally given large grants in the areas of Arts and Learning, now has a Small Grants Scheme supporting smaller charities, especially those working at the grassroots level, across a wide range of activities. £1,000 - £10,000
Four Winds Trust Grant for voluntary organisations undertaking countryside conservation projects in the UK variable
The Gilbert & Eileen Edgar Foundation Grant for voluntary and community organisations assisting those in need and promoting science and the arts. £250-£5000
Girdlers' Company Charitable Trust The Trust's main aims are to: improve the quality of life of those disadvantaged by poverty, disability or ill health; provide education and training support in the pursuit of excellence; and preserve or improve the physical fabric of the community. Applications are considered under the categories of Hammersmith and Peckham and General applications, which are available in England and Wales. £1000
Golsoncott Foundation The Golsoncott Foundation aims to promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of the UK public in the arts generally and, in particular, the fine arts and music. Up to £5,000
Historic England - Regional Capacity Building Programme Grants are available to third sector organisations in England for local and regional projects which promote the understanding, management and conservation of the historic environment. No minimum or maximum
HLF - Young Roots Funding to support projects in the UK that encourage young people aged 11 to 25 years to take part in activities exploring heritage. £10,000-£50,000
The Idlewild Trust Grants are available for projects in the UK that encourage the performing/fine arts and preserve buildings, objects of beauty and items of historic interest or national importance for public benefit. £5000 maximum
John Spedan Lewis Foundation Grant for registered charities undertaking environmental education and conservation projects in the UK. Variable
LLoyds Bank Community Foundation The Foundation funds local, regional and national charities working to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales. Variable
Michael Tippett Music Foundation Grant for the development of group music-making in the UK, especially involving young people in projects incorporating composition and creative ideas. Max £4,000
Music for All Grants are available to UK based community groups that aim to bring musical projects to their local communities. Max £2,500
Our Big Gig 2014 One-off grants are available to local community groups to help them take part in Our Big Gig, a community music celebration taking place across the UK from 11 to 13 July 2014. Up tp £400
Ouseley Trust Funding is available for the promotion and maintenance to a high standard of choral services in England, Wales and Ireland. Variable
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Access & Participation Fund Grants are available to support organisations to test, implement and develop ambitious plans to widen access to and deepen participation in the arts. Max £600,000
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Arts Based Learning Fund Grants are available to encourage the development, use and sustainability of effective arts-based activities in education in order to have a positive effect on children’s lives and learning. Max £400,000
The Peter Stornmonth Darling Charitable Trust Peter Stormonth Darling Charitable Trust Grants are available for Third Sector Organisations running projects relating to heritage, education, health care or sports facilities up to £10,000
Philip Bates Trust Arts Grant Grant for individuals and voluntary and community organisations undertaking projects that encourage and develop artistic interests in young people in the UK. £500
Prince's Foundation For Children & The Arts The Start Programme provides funding and support for cultural organisations to develop and deliver arts enrichment programmes for primary and secondary school students in the UK. Max £15,000
PRS Music Foundation Grants are available to organisations and groups in the UK working in any genre of new music. Up to £5000
The Radcliffe Trust Funding is available for UK registered charities working in music, and heritage and crafts. Variable
Rayne Foundation Grants are available to charities in the UK in support of work of national importance which helps society's most vulnerable or disadvantaged. Areas of interest include arts, education, health/medicine and social welfare and development. No minimum or maximum grant
Skinners Company-Lady Neville Charity The provision of grants to registered charities and not-for-profit organisations in the United Kingdom, offering a diverse range of activities and interests within one of the Charity's areas of priority: Local Heritage, Local Community; and Performing Arts and Visual Arts. £500-£1000
Theatres Protection Fund Small capital grants are available to theatres in the UK that are run by charities and not-for-profit groups that can clearly demonstrate the value capital improvements to their theatres would make to their work with local communities. £5000
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation gives away around £2 million each year to projects which address rural issues or urban deprivation. Within these categories the Foundation makes grants in three broad areas: Community Support; Arts, Education & Heritage; and Disability & Health Care. £10,000 to £30,000
Wingate Foundation .Funding is provided for charitable organisations active in the UK under the following categories: Jewish Life and Learning; Performing Arts (excluding music); Music; Education and Social Exclusion; Developing Countries; and Medical Research Travel Grants Unknown
The Wolfson Foundation

The Foundation aims to support excellence in the UK, generally through the funding of capital infrastructure in the fields of science and technology, arts and humanities, education, and health and disability.

Variable
Youth Music Fund Financial assistance is available to increase the number of children and young people across England that have the opportunity to take part in high quality musical activities. Variable from £2000

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Community Buildings

Title Description Max Amount of Funding
Awards For All Awards for All England is the small grants programme from the Big Lottery Fund. It makes grants of between £300 and £10,000 for work that helps improve local communities and the lives of people within them. £300-£10000
Charles Haywood Foundation The Charles Hayward Foundation is a grant-making charitable trust which is located in the United Kingdom. We make grants to charities which are registered in the U.K. Main areas Heritage and Conservation, Criminal Justice, Overseas & Small grant scheme up to £5,000 Variable
Community and Assets Services Grant Community Assets and Services Grants are intended to help you to deliver a local service or save a local building to benefit the community. Up to £100,000
The Church & Community Fund Funding is available to support community projects run by bodies associated with the Church of England. £10000-£20000
Foyle Foundation The Foyle Foundation, which has traditionally given large grants in the areas of Arts and Learning, now has a Small Grants Scheme supporting smaller charities, especially those working at the grassroots level, across a wide range of activities. £1,000 - £10,000
Jewson - Building Better Communities Vote-based competition awards for local groups in the UK that have a ‘big idea’ for a project that will benefit their community. Maximum £50,000
LLoyds Bank CommunityFoundation The Foundation funds local, regional and national charities working to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales. Variable
More than a pub: The Community Pub Business Support Programme A finance package of loans and grants is available to community groups in England that want to take on the ownership of their local pub. average loan may be around £42,800.
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation gives away around £2 million each year to projects which address rural issues or urban deprivation. Within these categories the Foundation makes grants in three broad areas: Community Support; Arts, Education & Heritage; and Disability & Health Care. £10,000 to £30,000
Village Halls Consortium The Village Halls Consortium have compiled a list of possible funding opportunities for Village Halls and Community Buildings. Various

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Children, Young People and Families

Title Description Max Amount of Funding
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life Charitable Trust To relieve the need of children (under 18 year olds) by reason of finance, illness, or other disadvantage, by the provision of grants to improve their conditions of life. Variable
Andy Fanshawe Memorial Trust The Trust exists to fund projects that allow disadvantaged young people in the UK to take up opportunities to develop an exciting interest in the great outdoors. Variable
Austin & Hope Pilkington Charity Awards grants to UK registered charities for projects undertaken in the UK.

Priority with be given to projects working with disadvantaged families, young offenders/potential offenders, homeless, sexual and domestic abuse, child exploitation, and mental health.

Variable
Balcombe Charitable Trust Grants are available to UK registered charities for innovative projects working with homeless and/or unemployed or not in education young people (NEETS) in the UK Maximum £15,000
BBC Children In Need Grants for not-for-profit organisations that are working with disadvantaged children and young people who are 18 years old and younger living in the UK.
 
Variable
British Science Week - Kick start fund for schools Financial assistance available to help schools organise their own events as part of British Science Week (BSW). £700
Buttle UK-School Fees Programme The Trust's School Fee Support Scheme helps vulnerable children (aged between 11 and 18) with medical, emotional, or social difficulties, and those with precarious home lives, by providing a more supportive secondary education Variable
Childcare Business Grants The government wants to encourage more good quality, affordable and reliable childcare to give working families more childcare provision choices. This scheme will also help entrepreneurs to start up and run their own businesses. Maximum £500
Comic Relief - Better Futures The focus of this theme is on vulnerable young people in the UK who are experiencing issues such as extreme levels of hardship within their community or family, poor mental health, drug or alcohol use or homelessness. £10,000+
Comic Relief - Core Strength Grants are available for the core costs of charitable organisations in the UK that deliver services in one of Comic Relief's programme areas: investing in children and young people; empowering women and girls; improving health and wellbeing; and building stronger communities. £40,000 max
Dixie Rose Findlay Charitable Trust Grants for charitable organisations in the UK assisting children, seafarers, the blind and multiple sclerosis sufferers. Variable
DM Thomas Foundation for Young People The Foundation aims to make a real difference to those most in need. It supports projects within the UK and Ireland that focus on Young People and Education, and Young People and Health. Up to £30,000
The Dulverton Trust Grants are available for projects in the fields of: youth opportunities; general welfare; conservation; and preservation.  The majority of the Trust's work is in support of national and regional charities operating in England, Scotland and Wales. Variable
Edge Foundation Innovation and Development Fund The Edge Foundation Innovation and Development Fund is a new £1 million grant programme with the objective of supporting innovation and development within technical, practical and vocational learning. £50k-£100k
Erasmus+ Programme Youth (2014-2020) Erasmus+ is the EU Programme for lifelong learning. It supports activities in education, training, youth and sport across all sectors including Higher Education, Further Education, adult education, schools and youth activities. The aim is to boost skills and employability as well as to modernise education, training and youth work across Europe. Variable
Ernest Cook Grant for UK-based educational projects in the fields of the countryside and environment, environmental research and the arts, crafts and architecture. £1500-£10,000
Felicity Wilde Trust Donations made quarterly to charities who benefit children (especially for those who support asthma sickness) and charities concerned with medical research (in particular research into cause and cure of asthma). Not known
Field Studies Council Kids Fund The Kids Fund is part of the Field Studies Council which is the only environmental education charity dedicated solely to providing informative and enjoyable opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover, explore and understand the natural environment. Variable
The Foyer Foundation Grants are available to youth groups, sports clubs, community groups, Parish Councils, charities and voluntary organisations to deliver projects led by 14-25 year olds that will physically create or upgrade community facilities. Max £25,000
Foyle Foundation The Foyle Foundation, which has traditionally given large grants in the areas of Arts and Learning, now has a Small Grants Scheme supporting smaller charities, especially those working at the grassroots level, across a wide range of activities. £1,000 - £10,000
The Gilbert & Eileen Edgar Foundation Grant for voluntary and community organisations assisting those in need and promoting science and the arts. £250-£5000
Girdlers' Company Charitable Trust

The Trust's main aims are to: improve the quality of life of those disadvantaged by poverty, disability or ill health; provide education and training support in the pursuit of excellence; and preserve or improve the physical fabric of the community. Applications are considered under the categories of Hammersmith and Peckham and General applications, which are available in England and Wales.

£1000
Greggs Foundation Local Community Projects Fund Grants are available for community organisations in Great Britain to provide new experiences, especially activities that they would not otherwise be able to, for the most disadvantaged people. £2000
The GSK Impact Awards The GSK IMPACT Awards have been running since 1997 and are designed to recognise and reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health. They are funded by GlaxoSmithKline and managed in partnership with The King’s Fund. up to £30,000
Happy Days Children's Charity The Charity supports families with children aged 3-17 who are disabled, have a special need or have been abused in the UK. Variable
Health and Care Volunteering Fund Increase investment in volunteering in health, public health and social care. Variable
Hedley Foundation The Hedley Foundation's principal aim is to effect change for the better in the lives of young people. Variable
Hilden Charitable Trust Funding is available to charities in the UK and non-governmental organisations in the developing world.  In the UK, the Fund supports projects concerned with: homelessness; asylum seekers and refugees; community-based initiatives for young people aged 16-25 years and penal reform.  In the developing world, the Fund supports projects concerned with: community development; education; and health. £5,000
Hilden Charitable Trust - Summer playscheme Grants are available to voluntary and community groups in the UK to help run summer play schemes for the benefit of disadvantaged children. Max £1500
HLF - Young Roots Funding to support projects in the UK that encourage young people aged 11 to 25 years to take part in activities exploring heritage. £10,000-£50,000
The Homelessness Transition Fund We are an independent fund that aims to protect essential services for homeless people, encourage innovation and support communities to adopt the 'No Second Night Out' standard.  The 2013 Future Ready Fund and the Future Ready Exclusive Bonus Round are now open. Upto £25,000
Ironmongers' Company Grant for projects in the UK that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people under the age of 25 years to fulfil their potential. £4000-£10000
JISC Support Technology Start Ups Five start-up grants of up to £20,000 are available to individuals and small teams that have developed an educational technology product that addresses the needs of learners or researchers in higher or further education. up to £20,000
Kelly Family Charitable Trust Grants are provided to UK charities whose activities nurture and support family life. £1000-£5000
Kusuma Trust Small grants are available to registered charities in England that enable disadvantaged young people to have more opportunities in education or employment. £10,000
Lawrence Atwell's Charity The provision of grants or loans for young people based in the UK and aged between 16 and 26 towards the cost of vocational training or equipment that is essential for work.  The charity's aim is to assist young people who come from a low-income background to become qualified or equipped to work in their chosen career. Up to £1500
LLoyds Bank Community Foundation

The Foundation funds local, regional and national charities working to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales.

Variable
The Lord Taverners Trust-Disability Sports and Play Grants Grants for sensory, soft play and outdoor play equipment are available to schools, clubs and other organisations in the UK that work with young people (under 25 years) with a physical and/or learning disability. Max £5000
Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust The Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust makes grants to support people with a learning disability after they reach normal school leaving age, to learn skills to help them live more independent lives. Variable
Newman's Own Foundation Charity Grant One-off grants are available for UK registered charities that are working to empower children to overcome extraordinary adverse circumstances and contribute to the development of a civil society. Max £40,000
NFU Mutual Charitable Trust Grants are available to charitable groups and organisations in the UK for projects that further the objectives of the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust, particularly those that educate young people in rural areas and relieve poverty in rural areas. Max £20000
NHS England - Celebrating Participation in Healthcare Community Grants A small number of one-off grants are available for voluntary and not-for-profit organisations in England that want to share examples of good practice where involving patients and the public in the work of the NHS have improved services. £1,000 max
Nuffield Foundation Children & Families Grant Financial assistance is available to support work that looks to ensure that the legal and institutional framework is best adapted to meet the needs of children and families. Max £150,000
O2 Think Big O2's Think Big social action programme is designed to empower young people (aged 13-25) who want to make changes to their communities. Through funding, training and support, O2 help turn their ideas into reality. Projects that only help one person will not be accepted. Beyond that, applicants can do everything or anything – in fact the more bold and creative the ideas, the better. Max £2,500
Paul Hamlyn Foundation - Education & Learning The Open Grant Scheme supports innovative ways of increasing people's learning.  It funds the development, implementation and dissemination of new ideas to increase learning by people of all ages in the UK Variable
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Arts Based Learning Grants are available to encourage the development, use and sustainability of effective arts-based activities in education in order to have a positive effect on children’s lives and learning. Max £400,000
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Youth Fund Grants are available to help ‘asset based’ organisations working with young people cover their core operating costs in order to become better prepared for achieving more. Max £60,000
The Percy Bilton Charity Disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities and older people may apply for grants towards furnishings and equipment (excluding office items), building or refurbishment projects. Social Workers, Community Psychiatric Nurses and Occupational Therapists may apply on the behalf of individuals in financial need who have a disability or severe mental health problem, or who are over 65, for grants to purchase basic household furniture, equipment and clothing costing up to £200. up to £5000
Peter Cruddas Foundation Funding is available to benefit disadvantaged and disengaged young people in England and Wales towards pathways into education, training and employment through charitable organisations Variable
Philip Bates Art Trust Grant Grant for individuals and voluntary and community organisations undertaking projects that encourage and develop artistic interests in young people in the UK. £500
Prince's Foundation For Children & The Arts The Start Programme provides funding and support for cultural organisations to develop and deliver arts enrichment programmes for primary and secondary school students in the UK. Max £15,000
Rayne Foundation Grants are available to charities in the UK in support of work of national importance which helps society's most vulnerable or disadvantaged. Areas of interest include arts, education, health/medicine and social welfare and development. No minimum or maximum amount
RBS Inspiring Youth in Enterprise Funding is available to non-profit organisations in the UK for innovative projects which inspire young people (13-30 years) to understand and explore enterprise as a future career option up to £50000
Royal Masonic Trust for Girls & Boys- Stepping Stones Grants Grants are available to charities registered in England and Wales working to significantly improve life outcomes for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. £20,000
Science and Society Community Challenge Grant Scheme This new scheme offers financial support to individuals and organisations, to create and run pilot projects which take science to diverse audiences, and engage them with science in their own communities. Max £40,000
Scott Bader Commonwealth Global Charity Fund Grants are available to help young or disadvantaged people and minority communities worldwide. Max £25,000
The Scout Association Funds available to scouting groups Variable
Starbucks Youth Action Grants Funding to empower young people in England, Scotland and Wales to make a difference in their communities and to enable them to bring their ideas to life. £2000
Sterry Family Foundation A small number of grants are available to support education and healthcare projects for sick and disabled children in the UK and Africa, and also to athletes and sporting bodies in the UK. Max £5,000
St James Place Foundation The foundation will support those charities working with disadvantaged young people, people with cancer and young people with special needs. Variable
Sylvia Young Charitable Trust Grants are available for registered charities to support work that will improve the life chances of some of the most disadvantaged children (aged 0-3 years) in England and Wales by investing in early intervention and preventative work. Max £50,000
Tackling Homophobic Bullying in Schools A £2 million package will be offered to schools to help them tackle homophobic bullying, the government has announced. £100,000-£750,000
Tampon Tax Fund Grants are available for voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations that are working in the UK with disadvantaged women and girls or women and girls affected by or at risk of violence or abuse. Min £15,000
The Tech Partnership Training Fund The Tech Partnership Training Fund has been introduced to help stimulate increased investment in training from employers to support business growth and competitiveness in the digital economy. Variable
Thomas Cook Children's Charity Grants are available to non-profit making groups and organisations working with children and young people (0 to 18 years) living in the UK or Ireland who are sick, disabled or disadvantaged Variable
Thomas Wall Trust Grant for registered charities undertaking educational or social welfare projects in the UK, and for individual disadvantaged students for vocational courses or courses concerned with social welfare. up to £1000
Triangle Trust Fund 1949 Funding for charities, not-for-profit social enterprises and community interest companies in the UK that are working to support unpaid carers or the rehabilitation of offenders or ex-offenders. Variable
Tycoon in Schools Teachers and schools are invited to register to take part in the Tycoon in Schools 2015 competition up to £1000
Volant Charitable Trust Grants are available for registered charities in the UK undertaking projects to help poverty and social deprivation, particularly children's and women's issues. Variable
Wakeham Trust The Wakeham Trust provides grants to help people rebuild their communities. They are particularly interested in neighbourhood projects, community arts projects, projects involving community service by young people, or projects set up by those who are socially excluded. They also support innovative projects to promote excellence in teaching (at any level, from primary schools to universities). £75-£750
Weaver's Company Benevolent Fund Grant Grants for organisations undertaking projects involving young people who are vulnerable or may become involved in crime in the UK. up to £15,000
The Wessex Trust Funding is available for projects that provide opportunities to help support and advance children and young people in the UK. Variable
The Wolfson Foundation The Foundation aims to support excellence in the UK, generally through the funding of capital infrastructure in the fields of science and technology, arts and humanities, education, and health and disability. Variable
Women and Girls Initiative Large grants are available to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in England whose primary purpose is to support women and girls for ambitious projects that empower women and girls to take control of their lives. Max £750,000
Woodward Charitable Trust The Trust awards grant funding to small-scale, locally-based charitable initiatives in the UK in the following areas: children and young people; minority groups including refugees, gypsies and travellers; prisoners and ex-offenders; disability; homelessness; arts outreach; and environmental projects. Variable
YAPP Charitable Trust Grants are given to small registered charities in England and Wales for work with elderly people, children and young people aged five to 25 years, people with disabilities or mental health problems, people with a history of offending, addiction or abuse, and education and learning. Max £3,000
Youth Engagement Fund The £16 million Youth Engagement Fund aims to improve educational achievement and employability, helping to prevent young people from becoming NEET. Variable
Youth Music Fund Financial assistance is available to increase the number of children and young people across England that have the opportunity to take part in high quality musical activities. Max £200,000

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Disability

Title Description Max Amount of Funding
ACT Foundation The ACT Foundation (ACT) provides grants to individuals and other charities with the aim of enhancing the quality of life for people in need, particularly those with mental and physical disabilities No minimum or maximum amount
The Adam Millchip Foundation To provide financial support and assistance to disabled people who wish to participate in sports, with the aim of improving the quality of their lives. Variable
The Allen Lane Foundation The Allen Lane Foundation is a grant making trust set up in 1966 by the late Sir Allen Lane, founder of Penguin Books, to support general charitable causes. Variable
Austin & Hope Pilkington Charity Awards grants to UK registered charities for projects undertaken in the UK.Priority with be given to projects working with disadvantaged families, young offenders/potential offenders, homeless, sexual and domestic abuse, child exploitation, and mental health.     Variable
The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund is a registered charity which was established primarily to aid the research into learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability by making grants to voluntary organisations working in this field. £250-£5000
Boshier-Hinton Foundation Grants are available for charities in the UK working with children and adults with special educational or other needs. £2,00
Canoe Foundation Not-for-profit organisations, charities, clubs, schools and other interest groups based in the UK, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands who work with Young People and/or People with Disabilities. Projects must support or promote paddlesport activities with a specific focus on Young People and/or People with a Disability. £1000-£2000
The Childwick Trust Grants are available to UK registered charities.  The overall focus of the charity is to award grants for the promotion of health, particularly for the relief of the disabled and older people in need. £5000-£30000
CLA Charitable Trust The CLA charitable trust provides education, recreation and facilities in the countryside for those who are disabled or disadvantaged and particularly for young people Variable
The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust Grants are available to help disabled people in the UK to play tennis through the purchase of wheelchairs, tennis equipment and grants for coaching. £1500
Dixie Rose Findlay Charitable Trust Grants for charitable organisations in the UK assisting children, seafarers, the blind and multiple sclerosis sufferers. Variable
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Field Studies Council Kids Fund The Kids Fund is part of the Field Studies Council which is the only environmental education charity dedicated solely to providing informative and enjoyable opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover, explore and understand the natural environment. Variable
Forbes Charitable Foundation Funding is available to support people with learning disabilities in the UK. up to £5000
Foyle Foundation The Foyle Foundation, which has traditionally given large grants in the areas of Arts and Learning, now has a Small Grants Scheme supporting smaller charities, especially those working at the grassroots level, across a wide range of activities. £1,000 - £10,000
Get Kids Going Get Kids Going! is a National charity which gives disabled children and young people - up to the age of 26 yrs - the wonderful opportunity of participating in sport. We provide them with specially built sports' wheelchairs so they can do: athletics, marathons, tennis, skiing, rugby, sailing, boccia, basketball, sledge hockey, table tennis, fencing, shooting, archery, powerlifting and many more sports. Variable
Girdlers' Company Charitable Trust The Trust's main aims are to: improve the quality of life of those disadvantaged by poverty, disability or ill health; provide education and training support in the pursuit of excellence; and preserve or improve the physical fabric of the community. Applications are considered under the categories of Hammersmith and Peckham and General applications, which are available in England and Wales. £1000
Greggs Foundation Local Community Projects Funds Grants are available for community organisations in Great Britain to provide new experiences, especially activities that they would not otherwise be able to, for the most disadvantaged people. £2000
Happy Days Children's Charity The Charity supports families with children aged 3-17 who are disabled, have a special need or have been abused in the UK. Variable
Inman Charity Grants are available for registered charities in the UK carrying out medical, social welfare or general welfare activities. £1500-£5000
LLoyds TSB Foundation The Foundation funds local, regional and national charities working to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales. Variable
Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust The Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust makes grants to support people with a learning disability after they reach normal school leaving age, to learn skills to help them live more independent lives. Variable
The Percy Bilton Charity

Disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities and older people may apply for grants towards furnishings and equipment (excluding office items), building or refurbishment projects. Social Workers, Community Psychiatric Nurses and Occupational Therapists may apply on the behalf of individuals in financial need who have a disability or severe mental health problem, or who are over 65, for grants to purchase basic household furniture, equipment and clothing costing up to £200.

up tp £5000
Rasche Family Charitable Trust Grants are available for charitable organisations in the UK and abroad for charitable projects that advance health and education and relieve those in need by reason of ill health or disability. Variable
The Richard Overall Trust Grants are available to advance the physical education of disabled young individual people so that they can enjoy and progress in their chosen sport. Variable
Spirit of 2012- Spirit of Achievement Arts and Culture Challenge Fund Funding is available in the UK for the creation of opportunities to enable disabled people to participate in arts and cultural activities, individually and with their families. Maximum £250,000
Sport England - Get Equipped Fund Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations to buy specialised sports equipment so that more disabled people (aged 14 years and older) who are regularly playing sport in England may become more active in sport. £300-£10,000
St James Place Foundation

The foundation will support those charities working with disadvantaged young people, people with cancer and young people with special needs.

Variable
Thomas Cook Children's Charity Grants are available to non-profit making groups and organisations working with children and young people (0 to 18 years) living in the UK or Ireland who are sick, disabled or disadvantaged Variable
Torch Trophy Trust The aim of the bursaries is to help volunteers to improve their skills as coaches or officials but are unable to do so without funding. The Bursaries provide financial support for those wishing to undetake funding. Mininimum funding £100 and maximum £1000. £100-£1000
True Colours Trust Trustees of the Trust are committed to supporting a large number of excellent local organisations and projects that support disabled children and their families on a daily basis. The Trust has a small grants programme which provides  grants of up to £10,000, usually for one-off purposes, to help smaller organisations develop and deliver programmes for children, their siblings and families. up to £10,000
Ulverscroft Foundation The Foundation provides funding to projects in the UK that benefit the visually impaired.  It funds work to assist and improve the treatment and education of the visually impaired.  It also funds medical research and facilities for the treatment or alleviation of visual impairment. Variable
Wheel Appeal Wheel Appeal provides new sports wheelchairs, training and coaching to enable disabled children and adults to take part in sport. Maximum £1,500
Will Charitable Trust Support is available for activities in the Uk that fall within the following categories: care of and services for blind people; long-term care of people with learning disabilities; and care of and services of people suffering from cancer. £5000-£20000
Wooden Spoon Charity Wooden Spoon aims to enhance the quality and prospect of life for children and young people across the British Isles who are disadvantaged physically, mentally or socially. £10000-£10000
Woodward Charitable Trust The Trust awards grant funding to small-scale, locally-based charitable initiatives in the UK in the following areas: children and young people; minority groups including refugees, gypsies and travellers; prisoners and ex-offenders; disability; homelessness; arts outreach; and environmental projects. Variable
The Lord Taverners Trust-Disability Sports&Play Grants Grants for sensory, soft play and outdoor play equipment are available to schools, clubs and other organisations in the UK that work with young people (under 25 years) with a physical and/or learning disability. Max £5000

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General

Title Description Max Amount of Funding
The Austin & Hope Pilkington  Trust Grants are available to UK registered charities for a range of projects. The project area changes each year up to £10,000
Aviva Community Fund Grants are available for not-for-profit groups to support projects that make a real difference in the local community. Funding will be awarded in four categories: health, disability and wellbeing; supporting the younger generation; supporting the older generation and community support. up to £25,000
Awards For All Awards for All England is the small grants programme from the Big Lottery Fund. It makes grants of between £300 and £10,000 for work that helps improve local communities and the lives of people within them. £300-£10000
Baring Foundation Grants are available to increase the independence of voluntary organisations that provide advice and advocacy services in the UK. £150,000
Bulldog Trust and the Fore Funding and strategic support is available to empower dynamic small charities based in the UK to access longer-term funding streams and social investment. £30,000 max
Burden Trust Grants are available for charitable organisations that are working for the benefit of people in need in the UK. £5000
Centre for Social Action Innovation Fund Financial and nonfinancial support for charities, social enterprises, public services, and for-profit businesses for programmes that encourage people to create positive change through social action. Applicants can be established anywhere in the UK but proposals should focus primarily or significantly on England. £50,000-£500,000
Charlotte Bonham-Carter Charitable Trust Grant for registered charities undertaking general charitable projects in the UK. Variable
Clothworkers Foundation Support is available to registered charities in the UK for work in one of the following areas: alcohol and substance misuse, disabled people, disadvantaged minority communities, disadvantaged young people, domestic and sexual violence, elderly people, homelessness, prisoners and ex-offenders and visual impairment. No maximum
Community Investment Fund The Community Investment Fund invests debt and equity into community based social and charities. The Fund’s investors are the Social Investment Business Foundation and Big Society Capital. £250,000+
Comic Relief - Core Strength Grants are available for the core costs of charitable organisations in the UK that deliver services in one of Comic Relief's programme areas: investing in children and young people; empowering women and girls; improving health and wellbeing; and building stronger communities. £40,000 max
Denise Coates Foundation Large grants are available to registered charities in England that are carrying out charitable work at the local, national or international level and who will use the funding to enrich the lives of those that they exist to support. Max £250,000
The Dulverton Trust Grants are available for projects in the fields of: youth opportunities; general welfare; conservation; and preservation.  The majority of the Trust's work is in support of national and regional charities operating in England, Scotland and Wales. Variable
Foyle Foundation The Foyle Foundation, which has traditionally given large grants in the areas of Arts and Learning, now has a Small Grants Scheme supporting smaller charities, especially those working at the grassroots level, across a wide range of activities. £1,000 - £10,000
Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund 2014

Small grants are available to support a wide variety of "warm hearted" projects run by local community groups across the UK and Ireland.

£500
GC Gibson Charitable Trust

The Trust will give grants to registered charities for general charitable activities in the UK.

£1000-£10000
G F Eyre Charitable Trust

Grant for charitable organisations undertaking social welfare or community projects in the UK.

Variable
The Gibbs Trust

Grant for registered charities in the UK to support general charitable activities.

£1000-£3000
Golden Bottle Trust and Bulldog Trust Grants are available for registered charities, social enterprises and community interest companies based in the UK for charitable projects where the funding will make a difference and move the organisation forward. Max £30,000
The GSK Impact Awards The GSK IMPACT Awards have been running since 1997 and are designed to recognise and reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health. They are funded by GlaxoSmithKline and managed in partnership with The King’s Fund. up to £30,000
Heart of Experian Charity Fund Grants are available for schools, small local groups and charities in the UK so that they can become sustainable or expand their work in their local community.

up to 

£5,000

Help Through Crisis Fund Grants are available for voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in England for projects that provide immediate support to individuals currently living in crisis or at risk of crisis as a result of hardship. up to £500,000
HMRC Grant Fund HMRC has £2m funding to allocate in 2015/16 to the Voluntary and  Community Sector (VCS) to provide advice and support to our customers who need extra help understanding and complying with their obligations and  claiming their entitlements. Maximum £350,000
The Homelessness Transition Fund We are an independent fund that aims to protect essential services for homeless people, encourage innovation and support communities to adopt the 'No Second Night Out' standard.  The 2013 Future Ready Fund and the Future Ready Exclusive Bonus Round are now open Upto £25,000
The Illiffe Family Charitable Trust Makes grants to organisations both locally and nationally for projects supporting children/young people, elderly, people with disabilities, heritage projects. For charities and voluntary bodies. No minimum value up to £10000
The John Rayner Trust Grant for registered charities undertaking general charitable activities in the UK. £100,000 maximum
LLoyds Bank Community Foundation The Foundation funds local, regional and national charities working to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales. Variable
Local Sustainability Fund Grants are available for medium-sized voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations providing services to vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in England to increase their sustainability. Max £100,000
Macmillan Supporting You Grant Funding for both new and established cancer self help and support groups in the UK and their activities and user involvement projects and associated activities. Maximum £3,000
Money Saving Expert (MSE) Charity Grants are awarded to organisations in the United Kingdom for projects that tackle financial and consumer illiteracy. Maximum £5000
Morrisons Foundation Grants are available to charities and voluntary and community groups in Great Britain for new projects which will improve people's lives. Variable
NFU Mutual Charitable Trust Grants are available to charitable groups and organisations in the UK for projects that further the objectives of the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust, particularly those that educate young people in rural areas and relieve poverty in rural areas. Max £20000
Nuffield Foundation Open Door Grant Financial assistance to UK projects of exceptional merit which do not fall under one of the areas of special interest funded by the Nuffield Foundation, but which are based on the idea of the advancement of social well-being, or which span more than one area of interest. Grants are mainly for research but are also made for practical developments or innovation. Maximum £150,000
Our Place Programme A support programme of grants, direct support, and shared learning activities is available to help areas in England work toward making local services better in their neighbourhoods.  
The Peoples Millions Funding through a competition to find the best new projects in the UK that will improve the lives of people in the community. £20-£50,000
Postcode Dream Trust Three or four large grants are available to give British charities the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. Max £500,000
Persimmon Community Fund One-off grants are available for local community organisations and charities that have already secured matched funding for local community initiatives across England, Scotland and Wales. Max £1000
The Peter Stornmonth Darling Charitable Trust Peter Stormonth Darling Charitable Trust Grants are available for Third Sector Organisations running projects relating to heritage, education, health care or sports facilities £3000
Postcode Lottery Trust Funding is available for charities and good causes in England, Scotland and Wales which help communities enhance their natural environment in a way that benefits the wider community.  20,000
Power to Change Grants are available to help locally based and community-led businesses in England to increase their social impact and make them more viable in the long term. Maxium £300,000
QBE Foundation Grants are available to support UK charities that help people overcome disadvantage, strengthen their abilities and live more independently, successfully and productively. up to £250,000
Rasche Family Charitable Trust Grants are available for charitable organisations in the UK and abroad for charitable projects that advance health and education and relieve those in need by reason of ill health or disability. Variable
Santander Discovery Grants Grants are available to UK registered charities, Community Interest Companies and Credit Unions for local projects that benefit disadvantaged people in the UK. Max £5,000
Skipton Building Society Funding is available for the development of grassroots organisations in the UK. £500
The SMB Fund UK registered charities can apply for funding to support the Christian Faith, social care, famine/emergency aid, the environment, education and medical research. £2000 maximum
Spears-Stutz Charitable Trust Grants to organisations and charities for the relief of povery and other charitable purposes Variable
The Stella and Alexander Charitable Trust Grants to organisation, charities and voluntary bodies Variable
Syder Foundation .

The Syder Foundation is a grant-making trust, primarily focused on smaller domestic charities, except promotion of animal welfare and advancement of individuals education.

Not known
Sylvia Waddilove Foundation Grants for registered charities in the UK working in the following areas: education; the visual and performing arts; medical research; the relief of disability and severe illness; the preservation of buildings of architectural or historical significance; the accommodation of those in need; and the skills based training of young people. £12,500 maximum
The Tech Partnership Training Fund The Tech Partnership Training Fund has been introduced to help stimulate increased investment in training from employers to support business growth and competitiveness in the digital economy. Variable
The Thompson Family Charitable Trust Grants are available to UK registered charities for general charitable purposes. Variable
Transform Foundation -Tech Grants Grants are available for UK registered charities that have an urgent need to transform their website so that they can reach more supporters and increase their income. £18,000
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation gives away around £2 million each year to projects which address rural issues or urban deprivation. Within these categories the Foundation makes grants in three broad areas: Community Support; Arts, Education & Heritage; and Disability & Health Care.

£10000-£30000
VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance 2017/2018 Funding is available for not-for-profit voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations that are working in England to improve the health and care system, particularly addressing the needs of those who are most disadvantaged and excluded, and have become an Alliance £60,000
Veolia Environmental Trust The Trust is committed to supporting community and environmental projects across the UK.  These could include projects aiming to install or enhance play areas and skate parks, restore footpaths and green spaces, protect natural habitats or improve community halls. £5000 maximum
Wakeham Trust The Wakeham Trust provides grants to help people rebuild their communities. They are particularly interested in neighbourhood projects, community arts projects, projects involving community service by young people, or projects set up by those who are socially excluded. They also support innovative projects to promote excellence in teaching (at any level, from primary schools to universities). £75-£750
YAPP Charitable Trust Grants are given to small registered charities in England and Wales for work with elderly people, children and young people aged five to 25 years, people with disabilities or mental health problems, people with a history of offending, addiction or abuse, and education and learning. Max £3,000

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Sports and Leisure

Title Description Max Amount of Funding
Andy Fanshawe Memorial Trust The Trust exists to fund projects that allow disadvantaged young people in the UK to take up opportunities to develop an exciting interest in the great outdoors. Varaible
Bike Club Bike Club is a national initiative set up by ContinYou, UK Youth and the CTC. They are able to provide funding and support to set up Bike Clubs for Children and young people. Unknown
Canoe Foundation Not-for-profit organisations, charities, clubs, schools and other interest groups based in the UK, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands who work with Young People and/or People with Disabilities. Projects must support or promote paddlesport activities with a specific focus on Young People and/or People with a Disability. £1000-£2000
Cash 4 Clubs If you are a sports club and are looking for funding then this might be the place for you. Cash 4 Clubs is a sports fund aiming to support grassroots sports clubs all over the country. Variable
Captain Scott Society- Spirit of Adventure Award Award for individuals or voluntary and community groups in the UK undertaking adventurous activities. £2500
Football Foundation Funding is available to contribute to brand new football and multi-sport facilities and also the renovation of existing facilities in England and Wales. Up to £350,000
Foyle Foundation The Foyle Foundation, which has traditionally given large grants in the areas of Arts and Learning, now has a Small Grants Scheme supporting smaller charities, especially those working at the grassroots level, across a wide range of activities. £1,000 - £10,000
The Gilbert & Eileen Edgar Foundation Grant for voluntary and community organisations assisting those in need and promoting science and the arts. £250-£5000
This Girl Can Festival Fund To deliver a sport or physical activity project tailored to suit women and girls Max £750
Kickstart Grants They have created a grant scheme for everyone who’s involved in community football. With up to £75,000 available this year, they want to help you out by awarding cash grants to the most deserving clubs throughout the UK. Variable
Lawn Tennis Foundation Grants are available for groups and organisations to increase the number of people playing tennis and improve the quality and standard of tennis facilities in Great Britain. Variable
LLoyds Bank Community Foundation

The Foundation funds local, regional and national charities working to tackle disadvantage across England and Wales.

Variable
The McDonalds Kickstart Grant

This is a grant scheme for everyone who’s involved in community football. With up to £75,000 available this year, we want to help you out by awarding cash grants to the most deserving clubs throughout the UK. Want to get some much needed funds and invest in your club's future? Apply for a  McDonald’s Kickstart Grant

Variable
The Peter Stornmonth Darling Charitable TrusT

Peter Stormonth Darling Charitable Trust Grants are available for Third Sector Organisations running projects relating to heritage, education, health care or sports facilities

up to £10,000
Places People Play - Protecting our Playing Field Grants are available to organisations for capital projects which develop, improve and sustain playing fields for communities. Max £100,000
Places People play - Inspired Facilities Grants are available for voluntary and public sector organisations to renovate or upgrade sports facilities for the benefit of their communities. £20,000 -£75,000
Rowing Foundation Grants to support rowing in Britain with preference shown to encouraging participation in rowing by the young or disabled through the provision of equipment. Max £2000
Spirit of 2012 Get Out Get Active Funding is available for a UK wide physical activity initiative designed to increase participation. It will especially highlight fun and inclusive physical activity in which disabled and non-disabled people, their families and friends can take part together on equal terms. £4.5 million
Sport England The Sport England Small Grants Programme has been set up to support local community sport projects which seek to increase participation, sustain participation or develop opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport. Variable
Sport England-Get Healthy, Get Active Grants are available to support projects that aim to get inactive people active for at least 30 minutes each week, with the overall aim being to improve both public health and the prevention, treatment and management of long term health conditions. Max £500,000
Sport England Community Asset Fund Grants are available for community organisations, sports clubs, statutory bodies and educational establishments to enhance local community spaces which encourage people to play sport and get active.

Max £150,000

Swimathon Foundation Grants to encourage and support organisations in the UK which increase access to swimming and provide activities aimed at helping individuals and communities enjoy the benefits of swimming throughout their lives. Max £2,500
Torch Trophy Trust The aim of the bursaries is to help volunteers to improve their skills as coaches or officials but are unable to do so without funding. The Bursaries provide financial support for those wishing to undetake funding. Mininimum funding £100 and maximum £1000. £100-£1000
Try For Change Grants are available for smaller charities, community groups and local community rugby clubs which use rugby to tackle significant social challenges including educational attainment, social inclusion, unemployment, mental and physical wellbeing, personal development and community cohesion in England. Maximum £10,000
Wheel Appeal Wheel Appeal provides new sports wheelchairs, training and coaching to enable disabled children and adults to take part in sport. maximum £1500

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Animals and Environment

The Dulverton Trust Grants are available for projects in the fields of: youth opportunities; general welfare; conservation; and preservation.  The majority of the Trust's work is in support of national and regional charities operating in England, Scotland and Wales. Variable
Four Winds Trust Grant for voluntary organisations undertaking countryside conservation projects in the UK Variable
HLF Landscape Foundation Financial assistance is available to support integrated community projects throughout the UK for the conservation, enhancement and wider enjoyment of the landscape.

Min £100,000

Max £3 million

Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust Grants are available for projects or activities in the UK which benefit and protect animals, relieve the suffering of animals, address the conservation of wildlife or encourage a greater understanding of animals. £1,000-£10,000
The Nineveh Charitable Trust Grants are available to UK based not-for-profit organisations and schools for a broad range of projects and activities that promote a better understanding of the environment and countryside, whilst facilitating improved access, education and research. £5,000
Petplan Charitable Trust Grants are available to registered charities in the UK to improve animal welfare. The Trust's main areas of work are: sanctuary; rescue and rehabilitation; neutering and education; and campaigning. £5000+
The Princes Countryside Fund Funding is available for projects operating in the UK that can have a long-term positive effect on rural communities £50,000 maximum
Veolia Environmental Trust The Trust is committed to supporting community and environmental projects across the UK.  These could include projects aiming to install or enhance play areas and skate parks, restore footpaths and green spaces, protect natural habitats or improve community halls. £100,000 max

 

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Faith

Anchor Foundation .Grants are available to UK-registered Christian charities for projects that encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts        £500-£10,000
The Church & Community Fund Funding is available to support community projects run by bodies associated with the Church of England. £10,000-£20,000
HLF - Grants For Worship- England Support for projects that involve urgent structural repairs to public places of worship that are listed at Grade I, II* or II in England. £10,000-£250,000
John James Charitable Trust Grants are available to provide support for individuals and organisations with a Christian focus, as well as funding for ministry training. £2,000
National Churches Trust - Community Grants Funding is available for projects which introduce facilities to enable increased community use of places of worship in the UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Minimum £5000
National Churches Trust - Repair Grants Funding is available for urgent and essential structural repair projects to churches, chapels and meeting houses that are open for regular public worship in the UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Minimum £10000
The SMB Fund UK registered charities can apply for funding to support the Christian Faith, social care, famine/emergency aid, the environment, education and medical research. Maximum £2,000
Together in Service Fund Grants are available to constituted organisations in England for new multi-faith social action projects at a local level, where there is often a lack of confidence in undertaking volunteering work in a multi-faith way. Maximum £5,000
Wingate Foundation Funding is provided for charitable organisations active in the UK under the following categories: Jewish Life and Learning Unknown