|Name||Usu. Size of Grants||Your income range||Can your running costs be covered too?||Type of project sought||Closing Dates||Weblink or Contact|
|Heritage Lottery Fund: Grants for Places of Worship||£10,000–£250,000||n/a||No||Grants for Places of Worship funds urgent structural repairs to Grade I, II* and II listed places of worship in England. As part of the repair project, we can also fund improvements to facilities and work that helps more people get involved with these wonderful buildings.||Quarterly||Link|
|National Churches Trust||£various||n/a||?||
|Allchurches Trust||£?||n/a||Unlikely||ATL supports appeals from churches for building and restoration projects, repair of church fabric, church community initiatives, religious charities, charities preserving the UK heritage and other charitable causes.
Appeals from the following will only be supported in exceptional circumstances:
|Beatrice Laing Trust||£1,000-£5,000 (typical)||n/a||?||Grant recipients include:
|Anchor Foundation||£500 – £10,000||?||Yes||Supporting Christian charities concerned with social inclusion (esp. healing and the arts)||January, July||Link|
|Hintze Family Foundation||£?||?||?||Grants to advance the work of Christian churches in England and Wales and for the repair and maintenance of Christian Churches in England and Wales and in particular in the Diocese of Southwark.||Regular||jeremy.herridge AT cqsm.com|
|Hobson Charity Limited||£5,000 – £100,000||?||?||Advancement of religion is just one of many purposes of this charity.||Various||Charity AT LewisGolden.com|
|Maranatha Christian Trust||£2,000 – £5,000||?||?||Promotion of education among young persons and the relief of poverty, particularly among those professing the Christian religion or working to promote such religion||Variousemail@example.com|
|Garfield Weston Foundation||10% – 50%||n/a||10%||Registered charities or exempts only.
Towards simple but practical and effective projects that enable religious buildings to be used for a wider range of charitable purposes by their local communities. Capital grants include funds towards the instillation of basic amenities (such as toilets, kitchen facilities and disabled access) and for restoration works to historic church buildings such as roof repairs.
|JG Hogg Charitable Trust||£?||?||?||Unable to reply to unsuccessful applicants. Apply in writing.||?||cjones AT cvdfk.com|
|John Armitage Trust||£5,000 – £100,000||?||?||Focus on disadvantaged children and youth support, cancer support and hospices and religious organisations. The principal objective of the charity is to help people to help themselves.||?||finance AT sampsonwest.co.uk|
|Kathleen Hannay Memorial Trust||£?||?||?||General / advancement of religion.||March||020 7036 5685|
|Langley Charitable Trust||£?||?||?||Advancing the gospel of jesus christ and christianity and such other charitable purposes as are consistent therewith whether in the uk or overseas (including welfare, medicine and health but excluding absolutely animals and birds).
Preference to West Midlands.
|Marsh Christian Trust||£?||?||?||Grants to registered charities working in the fields of social welfare, literature arts and heritage, environmental and animal welfare, healthcare and medical research, education and training and a small number overseas.||?||Link|
|Andrews Charitable Trust||£-||–||–||
No unsolicited proposals (since 2014)
We are a Christian charity and wish to work with people of many backgrounds, both ‘religious’ and ‘non-religious’, who share common values and approaches.
Our job is to find the best ideas by meeting inspirational leaders who have the passion, skills and ambition to make a real impact.
|AD Meliora||£?||?||?||Supporting Disabled Young People through the Transition to Adulthood
|Homestead Charitable Trust||£1,000 – £20,000||?||?||General including Christianity and the arts, medical, health, welfare, animal welfare||?||See charity commission 293979|
|Joseph Rank Trust||£match||?||?||
The Trust does not consider applications for:
delayed church maintenance arising from Quinquennial reports & inspections (for example roof repairs), purchase of or restoration of stain glass or church bells, provision of loans, overseas projects, organ appeals, for completed capital projects, to repay loans, from individuals, for educational bursaries, for medical research, gap years, to publish books, intern placements, audio & sound equipment, to benefit the hospice movement, from individual hospices, from social enterprises that have no charitable status, to provide musical instruments, community interest companies, organisations registered under the Industrial & Provident Societies Act 1965, or from registered charities for the benefit of named individuals.
|UKI Charitable Foundation||£?||?||?||Education/training, the prevention or relief of poverty, the advancement of health or saving of lives, people with disabilities, makes grants to organisations, elderly/old people, general charitable purposes, religious activities, people of a particular ethnic or racial origin, children/young people, disability.||?||020 7387 0155|
|Friends of Friendless Churches||£?||?||?||We are a very small charity which saves redundant historic churches. We now own over 40 former places of worship, half in England, half in Wales, which we preserve as peaceful spaces for visitors and the local community to enjoy. Most are medieval, and all of them are listed.
In Wales our work is funded by Cadw and the Church in Wales, however in England grant aid is not automatic and we rely extensively on the generosity of donors and members.
|Listed Places of Worship Grant Scheme||£42m per year in total||Unknown||Facilities yes||The Listed Places of Worship (LPW) Grant
Scheme gives grants that cover the VAT incurred in making repairs to listed
buildings in use as places of worship. The scheme covers repairs to the
fabric of the building, along with associated professional fees, plus repairs
to turret clocks, pews, bells and pipe organs.
|MB Reckitt Trust||£500 to £10,000||Unknown||No||Constructive communication and
understanding between Christianity and the other principal faith
People of faith engaging in social and political issues;
Shared social action in plural settings;
|Porticus UK Fund||Above £10,000||Unknown||yes||Our values are based on the Catholic faith, but we welcome applications from religious and secular