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.
Registered charities based in, or benefitting, residents of Teesside, County Durham, Tyne & Wear and Northumberland may apply. Local charitable organisations are viewed more favourably than large national organisations.
Community and voluntary groups that are not able to register as charities may apply with a letter of support from a suitable registered charity (such as a local CVS) which is willing to hold the grant on their behalf.
Priority will be given to projects which address one or both of the following:
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 Calmcott Trust offers grants to charitable organisations active in the UK, particularly Yorkshire.
The scheme is intended to support organisations undertaking projects in the following areas:
- Social welfare.The arts.
Applicants should note that the Trust does not maintain a website or an email address.
Applications must be made in writing.
The value of funding is at the discretion of the Trustees.
Grants are available for charitable organisations involved with conservation of culture inherited from the past and the dissemination of knowledge, particularly in the humanities field.
The Aurelius Charitable Trust offers grants to charitable organisations working in England or Wales. The application process is ongoing and interested applicants may apply at any time.