|Name||Usu. Size of Grants||Your income range||Can your running costs be covered too?||Type of project sought||Closing Dates||Weblink|
|Veterans Hearing and Mobility Funds||Discretionary||Not applicable||Not applicable||For individuals who are veterans and suffering hearing loss or mobility issues||Every two months||Link|
|The Boshier-Hinton Foundation||£5,000||Unknown||Unknown||The Founding Trustees are experienced in
working and caring for children and adults with special needs and their
families. It is also their experience that funding for projects to promote
the welfare of individuals and groups of individuals continues to be
difficult to obtain as grants have become more restricted and limited in
recent years. The purpose of this Charity is to identify areas of need and
make appropriate grants, where possible.
|Forces in Mind Trust||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||For projects with an outcome-based approach
which fit the Forces in Mind objectives and priorities helping people in
transition from the Armed Forces to civilian life. Also interested in funding
research projects which further understanding of the mental health needs of
ex-Service Personnel and how best to meet them.
|Bruce Wake Charitable Trust||Unknown||Unknown||Unknown||The potential beneficiaries are physically
disabled and/or improved access for wheelchair users and/or a sporting or
leisure activity is involved
|Contact a Family Parent Carer Participation Grant||£15,000||Not applicable||Yes||Contact a Family administers a grant of up to
£15,000 available for one parent carer forum in each Local Authority area of
England, funded by the Department for Education (DfE). The grant is used to
strengthen parent carer forums, so that parent carers can participate in
planning and decision-making about services in their area.
|Barchester Healthcare Foundation||£5,000||Small||Unknown||To improve the quality of life for older
people as well as adults with a physical or mental disability, where health
and/or social care needs cannot be met by the statutory public sector or by
the individual. This year their focus is about connecting or re-connecting
people with others in their local community. Applications that combat
loneliness and enable people to be active and engaged will receive their
highest priority in 2016.
|The Archer Trust||£250 and £3,000||Small||Unknown||In one way or another, you
provide aid or support to a defined group of needy or deserving people, for
instance those with physical or mental disabilities or the
disadvantaged.You are competently run and can support your application with up-to-date
|Ulverscroft Foundation||Unknown||Unknown||Not in general||Our funding is channelled via
recognised organisations which help visually impaired people, for example,
libraries, hospitals, clinics, schools and colleges; social and welfare
|Woodward Charitable Trust||Small Grants £100 to £5,000 and Large Grants
|Small||Unknown||Children and young people who
are isolated, at risk of exclusion or involved in anti-social
Prisoners and ex-offenders. Projects that help the rehabilitation and
resettlement of prisoners and/or ex-offenders are supported as well as requests
to help prisoners’ families
Disadvantaged women, covering refuges, domestic violence and
Disability projects, which can include rehabilitation and training for
people who are either physically disabled or learning disabled.
Arts outreach work by local groups involving disadvantaged people.
Projects that promote integration and community cohesion amongst minority
groups, including refugees and travellers.
|The Childwick Trust||Unknown||yes||yes||The Trust has a strong emphasis on helping
charities which offer care and support for people who are terminally ill, or
have a serious illness, the elderly, adults and children who have mental
health problems or a learning disability. We give help to both children and
adults with physical disabilities and offer funding towards specialist
equipment, respite care, holidays, education and core costs.
|Green Square Community Chest Fund||£750 to £1,000||n/a||unknown||Grants are only awarded to
groups in areas where GreenSquare have
properties and GreenSquare residents must have the potential to benefit from
the project, i.e. there is nothing preventing them from joining in with the
event/project if they wish to.Preference will be given to projects helping the following target groups (includes Disabled people)What kind of things does the GreenSquare Community Fund (Isis)
|Unknown. There was a funding round in 2015.||Veronica Rydh-Smith, Community Involvement Officer on 01865 782546 or at veronica.rydhsmith AT
greensquaregroup.com or Link
|Foyle Foundation Learning Main||£10,000 to £250,000||Unknown||Unknown||Includes
special educational needs.
|Pothecary Wytham Weld: The Sylvia Waddilove Foundation||Up to £10,000 (information may be out of date)||Small (mainly voluntary) organisations||Unknown||4. The relief of disability and severe illness||January, April, July and October||Link|
|The Persula Foundation (Julian Richer)||At most about £50,000||No limit but you must have less than 3 months’
running costs in reserve
|No||Should be an original idea being of (or
potentially of) national application, in the areas of animal welfare,
disability, human welfare, human rights
|Every two months||Link|