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Paul Hamlyn Foundation

£30,000 - £400,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation have recently reopened their UK funds, with some changes to their criteria and processes offering more flexibility and better responsiveness to applicants. The funder have a range of funding available.

Trust For London: Tackling Poverty and Inequality

No Min - No Max Deadline: 5 Oct 2021

Trust For London will fund work which tackles poverty and inequality in the capital. They support work providing greater insights into the root causes of London’s social problems and how they can be overcome; activities which help people improve their lives; and work empowering Londoners to influence and change policy, practice and public attitudes.

Sports England - Return to Play: Active Together

£300 - £10,000 Deadline: no deadline

A £2.5 million fund, with up to £10,000 in match funding, as part of a support package to help clubs and organisations set up and run crowdfunding campaigns related to Covid-19, such as for a loss of income due to the pandemic.

Hargreaves Foundation

No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

Grants are available for charities and educational institutions that support those under the age of 18 years, and living with a mental health problem, physical disability or growing up in poverty through the medium of sports and education.

The Royal Victoria Hall Foundation

£250 - £2,000 Deadline: no deadline

Grants are available for smaller scale professional theatre companies to encourage and assist projects in the Greater London area with the performance and/or development of professional dramatic work.

Ashley Family Foundation

£500 - No Max Deadline: no deadline

Grants are available for projects in England and Wales that fit with the Foundation's ethos of protecting rural communities and encouraging participation in the arts.

National Lottery Awards For All

£300 - £10,000 Deadline: no deadline

The National Lottery are awarding grants of between £300 and £10,000 to groups carrying out activities to support those affected by the coronavirus crisis. These emergency grants are intended to cover up to six months expenditure.

Blue Spark Foundation

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

Grants are available for schools, community groups, clubs, societies or other organisations in England to improve the education and development of children and young people through educational, cultural, sporting and other activities.

Garfield Weston Foundation

No Min - £100,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Foundation supports UK registered charities working within the UK in the areas of Welfare, Youth, Community, Arts, Faith, Environment, Education, Health and Museums & Heritage.

The Taylor Family Foundation

No Min - £50,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Taylor Family Foundation supports charities who provide opportunities for children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and difficult circumstances, to improve their chances of attaining success to lead fulfilling lives.

The Golsoncott Foundation

No Min - £3,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Golsoncott Foundation, established as a Charitable Trust in July 1998 from the estate of the artist and sculptor Rachel Reckitt (1908-1995) is an arts-funding trust whose declared object is to promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of the public in the arts generally and in particular the fine arts and music.

Westway Trust Rapid Response Fund

No Min - £2,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Westway Trust recognise there are occasions when it is expedient for them to consider making grants to individuals and organisations on a discretionary basis for a purpose that falls outside the eligibility criteria for the Community Grants Programme, the Festivals & Events Fund, or other established grants programmes.

City Living Local Life

No Min - £20,000 Deadline: no deadline

Local Life is committed to building stronger connections between people across Kensington and Chelsea. It enables residents, community groups and local businesses to take an active role in bringing about practical, positive change in their neighbourhoods. Ward Councillors are at the heart of this work and help prioritise projects and activities that are led by the community.