Funders by Name

Funder Amount Closing Date Status
Wessex Youth Trust Not Specified 1 Nov 2017 Open This scheme makes funding available for projects that provide opportunities to help support and advance children and young people up to the age of 21 years in the UK
William and Jane Morris Fund Small: Up to £10,000 31 Aug 2017 Open This scheme makes grants available for places of worship undertaking restoration projects in the UK . Only buildings or monuments erected before 1896 are eligible
WM Mann Foundation Not Specified Open This scheme provides grants to charitable instutions, societies and foundations that are based in scotland or are serving the Scottish comunity in the fields of music arts education and care. all requests for finacial assistance should be directed to and will be considered by the trustees. payments are to charitable institutions societies foundations or other funds at the trustees discretion. in the main such charitable payments are to organisations based in scotland or serving the scotitish community and preference is given to charitable institutions headquarted and or active in the flasgow area. preference is given to one-off support for special projects it is rare that support is given to the same charity for more than three years. the trustees prefer to focus on smaller local charities where relatively modest donations can make a difference. a particular emphasis is given to charities which benefit young people. assistance is not usually given to large international charities or for medical research scholarships and or bursaries are not given to indivuals    
Women's Fund for Scotland Up to £5,000 Open The Women’s Fund makes grants to projects across Scotland that support women’s development, self-sufficiency, and social and economic equalityThe Women’s Fund for Scotland makes grants across four key themes: Building skills and confidence Improving health and well-being Building social networks Moving on from violence Currently, available funds are distributed to grass roots not-for-profit organisations run by or for women that are working to address these themes who apply to Foundation Scotland’s Express Grants programme.
Wooden spoon charity Not Specified Open The scheme seeks to make a positive impact on the lives of disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK.   With those principles projects which will benefit children and young people who are disadvantaged, physically, mentally or socially. Projects are normally of a capital nature, the phone reasonably long term lifetime. Educational programs are typically funded for a period of three years must include a key rugby element. Grants will be considered for Equipment, kit, salaries and administration costs. However funding is not normally available for the following. Computer or electronic equipment vehicle projects (minibus) revenue expenditure individuals Wooden spoons contribution may be up to 100% of the cost