The Arts-based Learning Fund offers two levels of funding:
The Jerwood Charitable Foundation is dedicated to imaginative and responsible funding of the arts across the UK, with a particular focus on supporting emerging talent and excellence. The aim of the funding is to allow artists and arts organisations to thrive; to continue to develop their skills, imagination and creativity with integrity.
Support is available to individuals and organisations in the United Kingdom. Organisations do not need to be registered charities providing the project has charitable aims.
Grants are available to non-profit organisations for charitable work in the UK, with a preference for Scotland. The Trustees favour smaller, more focused causes rather than large highly-publicised appeals.
Grants are made to non-profit organisations for charitable purposes. The Trustees' focus is on making grants to charitable bodies to assist them with their work.
The Trustees' policy is to pay special regard to applications from Scotland, particularly from parts of Scotland where the local economy and/or circumstances make fundraising for charitable purposes difficult.
Grants are available for charitable organisations carrying out education, welfare or community projects in the UK.
The Graham Kirkham Foundation aims to fund a wide range of projects, including those focusing on the promotion or development of the study and/or appreciation of literature, art, music or science.
Registered charities and voluntary organisations in the UK are eligible to apply.
Although there are no minimum or maximum funding levels stated, most grants are in the £4,000 to £5,000 range with several larger grants being awarded.
Capital grants are available to charities and not-for-profit organisations in the UK for local charitable projects and activities that benefit the wider community, address local needs and make a significant difference to the local community.
The funding is for registered charities, community groups, voluntary organisations and other not-for-profit organisations in the UK who are willing to work with their local ASDA colleagues. The support and involvement of local ASDA colleagues is a requirement.
The Joyce Fletcher Charitable Trust Grant is available to charitable institutions and organisations involved in music in a social or therapeutic context.
In particular, the scheme wishes to support projects in the UK, and particularly the South West of England, with the following themes:
- Music in a social or therapeutic context.
- Music and special needs.
- Children and young people’s welfare, preferably for arts activities.
Max value £2,000
Min value £1,000
Chard Town Council has been providing and distributing the Community Development Fund since 2010 in order to support and strengthen community participation, activities and events and to help develop a sustainable welcoming community in line with the Council’s grant making objectives:
Charities and other not-for-profit making organisations can apply as long as they are wholly based and working in the South West of England, particularly Devon and Cornwall. There is a preference for Exeter and/or East Devon. Applications from North Somerset, Bristol and Avon are very unlikely to be successful.
Preference is given to smaller local charities without national appeal and who have limited resources for fundraising.
The majority of grants awarded by the Trust are between £500 and £1,000, athough grants of up to £5,000 will be considered.
The Marina Kleinwort Charitable Trust offers grants to charitable organisations active in the UK. The scheme is intended to support arts organisations.
Funding is provided at the discretion of the Trustees. Recent grants have been for between £1,000-£5,000.
Applications to be submitted in writing to:
The Marina Kleinwort Charitable Trust
14 St George Street
The Ian Askew Charitable Trust offers grants to charitable organisations, particularly those working in Sussex.
The Trust considers applications from a wide range of organisations, including those active in the following areas:
- Children and young people.
- Older people.
- Disability and health care.
The majority of grants are for £500 or less, however, larger grants (up to £3,000) can also be awarded.