Grant Directories

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Andor Charitable Trust (UK)

Grants are available for registered charities involved in medical research, the arts and various educational activities in the UK.

Nationwide Foundation - Backing Community-Led Housing (UK)

The Nationwide Foundation aims to increase the availability of good quality, affordable homes in the places where they are most needed.  Through the Community-led housing  programme, the Foundation will support communities to build new homes, create homes from empty properties, protect existing decent, affordable homes and provide homes of all types of tenure.

Nationwide Foundation - Nurturing Ideas to Change the Housing System (UK)

The Nationwide Foundation aims to increase the availability of good quality, affordable homes in the places where they are most needed.  Through the Nurturing Ideas to Change the Housing System programme the Nationwide Foundation will support imaginative and different ideas about how to deliver the right sort of housing or housing support, which can tackle systemic failings in the housing system.

Wolfson Foundation – Funding for Charities Working in Mental Health (UK)

The Wolfson Foundation awards grants to support and promote excellence in education, science & medicine, the arts & humanities and health & disability. Through its Funding for Charities Working in Mental Health funding stream the Foundation aims to support organisations that are focused on mental illness. Grants are awarded towards capital projects with an emphasis on projects which focus on training, employment and supported housing.

Nationwide Community Grants Scheme (UK)

Charities, Community Land Trusts and housing co-operatives can apply for grants of between £10,000 and £50,000 for local housing projects that will strengthen local communities by supporting the most vulnerable, finding new approaches to increasing the supply of housing or by reinventing renting for both tenants and landlords.  The funding is available for revenue expenditure such as core, staff and volunteer costs.  Only small scale capital expenditure can be supported.

Burden Trust (UK)

The Trust makes grants of up to £5,000 to voluntary and community organisations benefitting the young or people in need. The scheme is intended to support organisations undertaking projects in the following areas of  need:  Medical Research; Hospitals; Retirement homes; Schools and training institutions; Homes and care for the young; Other charitable work which helps people in need. The Trust makes grants throughout the UK though preference may be given to local charitable organisations in the Bristol area

Independence at Home (UK)

Independence at Home is a national charity that helps improve independence, comfort, safety, dignity and quality of life for people with long-term illness and disability.  The charity does this by helping towards the cost of adaptations, equipment or other things that are not available from public funds. The type of adaptations and equipment funded in the past include the cost of home adaptations for disability, house repairs and other building work, as well as other special equipment for disability such as stair lifts, special beds, riser-recliner chairs etc. as well as help towards the cost of heating their homes across the winter months. 

Quaker Housing Trust Grant (UK)

The Quaker Housing Trust supports social housing projects that would find it difficult to find funding elsewhere. The trust supports registered charities and small organisations that are meeting local housing needs for people of any age who are vulnerable and in housing need. The projects are mainly small and generally volunteer-led, often with support from local Quakers. Trustees are particularly interested in housing projects that meet the needs of individuals who are vulnerable at points of transition in their lives. Four specific grants are available: Health Check Service Grant; Feasibility Study Grant; Environmental Assessment Grant; Dissemination of Good Practice Grant. See funder's website for further details.