Children and youth

Inter Faith Youth Trust Grants

Grants of £300 to £500 for inter-faith activities that bring together children and young people of different faiths. 

Ernest Cook Trust

Grants of up to £4,000 for work to encourage young people’s interest in the environment, the arts, or to improve literacy and numeracy. Apply at any time.

Anton Jurgens Charitable Trust

Grants of up to £10,000 for registered charities working with the most vulnerable people in society. Apply in April or August.

Woodward Charitable Trust

Woodward Charitable Trust favours charities which make good use of volunteers and encourage past and current users to participate. Grants for local projects with children, homeless people, minority groups, disability, arts and offenders. For charities with an income of less than £300,000 a year.

Garfield Weston Foundation

Single-year grants for registered charities working in the fields of: education, arts, health, environment, community, youth, religion and welfare.  Apply at any time.

Swimathon Foundation

Grants of £500-£2,500 for projects to encourage more people to enjoy swimming.

Hilton in the Community Foundation

Grants for registered charities working with disabled or life-limited children, children in hospital, and children and young people affected by homelessness.  Deadlines throughout the year.

The Clothworkers' Foundation

Capital grants for registered charities working in a range of fields.  Apply at any time.

Alan Pascoe Charitable Trust

Grants for activities around children, health and sport.

Peter Harrison Foundation (Opportunities Through Sport)

Grants for registered charities for sporting projects which provide opportunities for disabled or disadvantaged people.

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