The Said Foundation is a British charity founded in 1982 by international businessman and philanthropist, Wafic Said, and his wife Rosemary.
Funding is available for projects that fit with the family ethos of protecting rural communities and encouraging participation in the arts, particularly that of textiles. Priority is given to the following:
Funding is available to charities and charitable organisations for projects that promote urban and rural regeneration, with a preference for the Yorkshire region.
Grants for charitable organisations with outdoor and character-building projects for young people in the North West England as well as for educational, religious and cultural activities and institutions in the North West of England.
Grants are available for charitable organisations carrying out a variety of general charitable activities in the UK.
Funding is available for projects in the West Midlands that will make a difference to communities and that they can be actively engaged in.
The Kennedy Leigh Charitable Trust offers grants to charitable organisations active in the UK or Israel.
The scheme is intended to support organisations undertaking general charitable activities.
In particular, the scheme wishes to support projects with the following themes:
The Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust offers grants to charitable organisations working in the North East of England.
The Trust supports a wide range of activities including education and training, environment and conservation, arts and culture as well as general charitable purposes. The Trust’s principal aim is to identify and meet the local needs of the area in which Dame Catherine was brought up and resided.
Last year, the trust awarded around £970,000 in charitable donations.
Grants of between £250 and £100,000 are available.
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.