Funders by Name

Funder Amount Closing Date Status
Action Earth Small: Up to £10,000 Open Action Earth is helping to get people and communities busy outdoors. The campaign has grants to give to groups of volunteers who are carrying out environmental projects in Scotland. Grants from £50 to £250 are available for practical activities that involve volunteers in improving outdoor spaces or creating habitats for wildlife. Grants can be used to purchase plants, tools and materials or to cover volunteer expenses. If your group is volunteering on a Local Nature Reserve we can give you up to £500 for practical work, wildlife recording or educational activities that encourage more people onto the reserve. The campaign is run by Volunteering Matters (formerly known as CSV)
Alec Dickson Trust Small: Up to £10,000 Open The Alec Dickson Trust provides grants of up to £500 to help young people of up to 30 or small groups of young people run a volunteering or community service project in their local area. The fund seeks to support projects that enhance the lives of others, particularly those most marginalised by society such as the homeless; those with drug dependency problems; and people with disabilities; etc. The Trustees particularly like to fund projects that involve lots of volunteers, and/or encourage these young people to stay engaged as volunteers in the long term. Trustees will meet four times a year to consider applications
Allen Lane Foundation Medium: Up to £100,000 Open The Foundation is interested in funding work which benefits people in the following groups, or generalist work which includes significant numbers from more than one such group: Asylum-seekers and refugees (but not groups working with a single nationality),Gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or transgender people, Gypsies and Travellers, Migrant workers, Offenders and ex-offenders, Older people,  People experiencing mental health problems, People experiencing violence or abuse  Maximum grant is £15,000 Avrage grant size is around £5,00 - £6,000
Anchor Foundation Small: Up to £10,000 31 Jan 2018 Open This scheme makes grants available to UK-registered Christian charities for projects that encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts. Grants of between £500 and £10,000 per year are available. it is normal practice not to give grants to the same project for more than three years.  Charities with a number of projects operating should choose a sigle project for the application. Projects that have had three years funding may apply again two years from the payment of the last grant. The foundation awards grants for projects ( including projects abroad) which encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts. Application forms are available to complete online and to download from the foundation's website. the foundation will not acknowledge receipt of applications and only successful applicants will be contacted after the trustees meeting if Succcessful the foundation will contact the applicant for further information such as a project budget and annual accounts. Applications for capital or revenue funding will be considered however grants for building work will only be considered in exceptional circumstances successful applicants should wait 12 months before applying again. unsuccessful applicats can re-apply after 12 months.  
Andy Fanshawe Memorial Trust Not Specified Open The Trust gives grants that allow disadvantaged young people to take up opportunities to develop an exciting interest in the great outdoors. We usually support programmes run by schools or youth groups, exclusively within the UK. no minimum and maximum levels of support are outlined by the trust. instead, eatch project will be judged and awarded on merit; funding is available for projects that allow mdisadvantaged young people to take up opportunities to develop an exciting intrest in the grate outdoors.  
Awards For All Small: Up to £10,000 Open Awards for All is a quick and easy way to get small Lottery grants of between £500 and £10,000. The programme aims to help people become actively involved in projects that bring about change in their local community. This could be through a wide range of community, arts, sports, health, education and environmental activities. There are no deadlines and applications can be submitted at any time.