Funders by Name

Funder Amount Closing Date Status
James Tudor Foundation Not Specified Open The James Tudor Foundation is a grant giving charitable company established in 2004 with the principal object of the relief of sickness. The Foundation operates primarily within the United Kingdom and prefers applications from organisations that have been established for at least two years and that are UK registered charities.  The Foundation will also consider applications from UK registered charities for overseas projects for the relief of sickness. It generally supports smaller to medium sized charities rather than large national organisations which enjoy widespread support. The Foundation makes awards across six programme areas. These are: Palliative Care Medical Research Health Education, awards and scholarships The direct relief of sickness Overseas projects for the relief of sickness The fulfillment of the Foundation's charitable objects by other means  
Jerusalem Trust Not Specified Open this scheme makes grants available for voluntary and community organisationd undertaking projects for the promotion of the christian faith and charistian education in the UK. In particular, the scheme wishes to support projects with the following themes: charistian evangelism and relies work overseas, specifically the provision of support for indigenous training centres and the provision of christian literature in central and eastern europe and angophone sub-saharan africa. Media projects that promote christianity as well as training and networking projects for christians working professionally in, or considering a career in the media the development of christian curriculum resource materials for schools, the recuitment and development of christian teachers in all subjects and adult lay christian training and education. christian art. new ways of sorking with children and young people including projects that undertake christian work with prisoners,ex- prisoners and their families. funding is avaliable for UK registered charitis or activities with clearly defined charitable purposes with specified requirement for match to be found.