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The People's Postcode Trust provides grants to small organisations, charities and community groups.
It accepts applications in England, Scotland and Wales.
The Percy Bilton Charity provides community grants to organisations who support:
It offers two grant programmes:
Large grants - Approximately £2,000 and over for capital expenditure such as furniture, equipment and building refurbishment
Small grants - Up to £500 towards furnishings and equipment for small projects.
Applications should be made in writing on headed note paper providing information on the organisation and how the money would be used. Further details are available on the website.
Persimmon Homes Community Champions helps local community groups, good causes and charities.
It will give donations of up to £1,000 to local UK groups and charities, which have already raised vital funds themselves (match funding).
The fund has approximately £64,000 to give away each month.
To apply: complete the online form.
The Pink Ribbon Foundation funds projects and financial support to UK charities who relieve the needs of people who are suffering or have been affected by breast cancer.
Applications are open to registered charities that benefit those affected by breast cancer through any specific initiative. This might include nurses to provide support, complementary therapies, research initiatives and the provision of a pleasant and comforting environment.
To apply: contact the organisation for an application form.
The Screwfix Foundation supports projects run by registered charities that help fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities for those in need in the UK.
Projects can be varied from improving facilities such as heating systems to redecorating homes for those living with disability or sickness.
Funding offered up to £5,000.
An application form can be downloaded from the website.
Next Closing date: 10th May 2022.
The Skinners' Company Lady Neville Charity
The Lady Neville Charity provides funding for registered charities and not for profit organisations working in the areas of disability, local community, local heritage, performing and visual arts.
Grants in the region of £500 and £1,000 are available for items of non recurring expenditure eg: Equipment or an event.
Click here for further details.
Tesco Community Grants helps fund local projects across the UK.
It is open to charities and community organisations. This includes local schools and holiday clubs.
Every three months, three local causes are selected to be in the blue token customer vote in Tesco stores.
Grants up to £1,500.
The Thompson Family Charitable Trust
The Trust is a grant making charity to other registered charities in the UK.
It has a large investment fund making over £3.5m in donations last year.
Last year's grants ranged from £500 to £500,000 to 3,109 charities with children's hospices and cancer charities generally getting the larger amounts. It will fund large capital projects.
Applications may be made at any time either in writing to Katie Woodward, Hillsdown Court, 15 Totteridge Common London N20 8LR or by email to: email@example.com
The Triangle Trust offer funding for organisations working with carers and the rehabilitation of offenders or ex offenders in the UK.
It is only able to help specialist carer organisations and community groups.
Grants are available for up to £60,000 over two years and up to a maximum of £30,000 per year may be requested.
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
The Foundation provides grants for running costs and one-off capital costs to charities and not-for-profit organisations running projects addressing rural issues and urban deprivation.
This may include transport for the elderly and disabled, contact networks for the young disabled, carers projects, arts and sports programmes for rehabilitation, outreach services and specialist equipment not available on the NHS.
Charities and trusts that support community and disability groups are listed alphabetically: