Small charities and community groups in England will be able to apply for grants of up to £2,500 for projects and activities that reduce loneliness by helping people feel more connected.
Areas of low cultural engagement
Grants are available to registered charities in the UK to support the performing or visual arts and for projects that facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and learning.
Grants for organisations to widen and deepen participation in the arts.
Established in conjunction with Scottish Government to help plan and deliver events through to the end of 2021, to provide support to respond and adapt to the effects of COVID-19.
Project funding for arts activity that explores new ways of working in response to the pandemic, reimagines what you do or stabilises existing activity: research, development, delivery of creative activity.
The Social Cohesion programme will look to support grassroots organisations at a very local level where there are issues which identify marginalised groups of people (especially those from within the Foundation’s priorities, but not exclusively) who are excluded.
Funding available for charities to cover various running costs, such as volunteer expenses, training days, equipment maintenance and other core outgoings. The Trust aims to build long-standing relationships with successful applicants and, subject to an annual review, continue its support over time.
Charities, community groups and social enterprises that can demonstrate that their aims have identifiable public benefit in Tyne and Wear, Northumberland and County Durham including Hartlepool can apply for funding
Grants are available to UK-registered Christian charities for projects that encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts.
Grants are available to UK registered charities working to produce significant impact in the Trust’s priority areas: youth opportunities, general welfare, conservation, heritage, Africa (Kenya and Uganda), and peace and humanitarian support.