Jerwood Charitable Foundation – Large and Small Grants


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.

Hugh Fraser Foundation


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.

Graham Kirkham Foundation


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.

ASDA Foundation


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 Gaynor Cemlyn-Jones Trust


One-off grants available to registered charities in North Wales and Anglesey for a variety of activities including the study and promotion of music.

The charity provides one-off grants of £100 upwards to registered charities in North Wales and Anglesey.  The charities interests are broad and include conservation, medical research and animal welfare, and also include the study and promotion of music.

Ward Blenkinsop Trust


Grants are available for registered charities and voluntary bodies undertaking general charitable activities in England and Wales.

The Ward Blenkinsop Trust offers grants for charitable purposes as the Trustees see fit.
The funding is intended for the following:

  • General charitable purposes.
  • Education and training.
  • Advancement of health or saving of lives.
  • Arts, culture, heritage and science.

Fund Value: £90,000.
No minimum or maximum grant value provided.

Windsor and Maidenhead – Revenue Grants and Kidwells Park Trust Grants


Funding is intended to support local voluntary organisations with their annual revenue expenses.

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is the Trustee of the Kidwells Park Trust. Grants from the Trust are to be used "to assist in providing facilities for recreation and other leisure time occupation in the interests of social welfare for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead". It is aimed particularly at increasing cultural activity.

To be eligible organisations must have:

Ballinger Charitable Trust


Grants available for charities, voluntary organisations and community groups for projects that support young people, older people, or the arts and culture in the North East of England.

The Ballinger Charitable Trust has been offering grants to charities, voluntary organisations and community groups in the North East of England since 1994.
The Trust gives grants to local projects that: