|Constance Travis Charitable Trust (UK)
The Constance Travis Charitable Trust offers grants to local, national and international charities covering activities in medical care and research, environment protection, international aid, animal welfare, community projects, social mobility enhancement, educational projects and outreach in the arts.
|Dulverton Trust - International Stability and Reconstruction (UK)
The Dulverton Trust is an independent grant-making charity that supports UK charities and Charitable incorporated Organisations tackling a range of social issues, protecting the natural world, and preserving heritage crafts. Through its International Stability and Reconstruction funding strand, the Trust supports charities that provide support facilities or expertise to organisations engaged in disaster preparedness; and are engaged in peace intervention.
|UK Aid Direct – Small Charities Challenge Fund (International)
The aim of UK Aid Direct Small Charities Challenge Fund is to fund small and medium-sized national and international civil society organisations (CSOs) to reduce poverty and work towards achieving the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Specifically, UK Aid Direct funding aims to reach the most marginalised and vulnerable populations, supporting the Department for International Development agenda to ‘leave no one behind’. Grants of up to £50,000 are available for projects of up to 2 years. The projects should strengthen the capacity of grassroots development organisations working with the poor, vulnerable and most marginalised to carry out work in priority countries and work towards achieving the Global Goal
|The Joffe Charitable Trust (UK)
The Joffe Charitable Trust aims to inspire and support people to do as much as possible to realise human rights and reduce poverty in developing countries. The focus of the trusts work is on two areas: tackling corruption & tax abuse and building stronger not-for-profit organisations. The trust encourage and support leaders to build stronger organisations that can achieve more over the long term. Grants are made to encourage strategic collaboration and convene events where they can be helpful.
|The Golden Bottle Trust (UK & International)
The Golden Bottle Trust is a charitable foundation which was established by C Hoare & Co Bank in 1985. The trust provides funding to support registered charities working in the following areas: Arts, Education, Environmental Sustainability, Health and Social Investment. In 2015 £2million of funding was available, and the trusts focus was: The relief of those in need, Arts Culture and Heritage, Health and Saving Lives Some of the projects supported include: Intermission Youth Theatre - £30,000 to help engage with young people from London's inner-city communities who are at risk of offending or who lack opportunity; Ashoka Support Network - £18,000 to support social entrepreneurs who are trying to solve complex social problems; Media Trust - £15,000 to help give a voice to charities through connections with the media industry. The Trust doesn't generally respond to unsolicited appeals.
|Souter Charitable Trust (UK)
The Souter Charitable Trust is a grant making organisation that assists projects engaged in the relief of human suffering in the UK and overseas- particularly, but not exclusively, those with a Christian emphasis and ethos.Over the last five years the trust has awarded over 3,200 grants worth more than £32million. The trust has supported a range of projects including projects to combat malaria and projects to supply daily meals to school children in Africa. Grants are made only to registered charities; all projects for capital building and renovation work are specifically excluded. The trustees meet once a month to consider applications.
|Bromley Trust - Human Rights Grant (UK)
The aim of The Bromley Trust - Human Rights Grant - is to protect and embed Human Rights, paying attention to the least powerful, refugees from oppression, those that are discriminated against and persecuted, and women whose rights are routinely and systemically violated. The fund has the following focus areas; Torture and Abuse, Detention, Human Rights Protection. In the past grants have been made between £5,000 and £20,000. Applications can be submitted at any time. The size of grants is at the discretion of the Trustees.