Below are listed possible sources of alternative funding for charities, Christian organisations, churches and community projects. Please note: while we strive to keep this information up-to-date, grant programmes change frequently. If you know of a possible funding source that we’ve missed, please email. All links are to external websites: Alan Evans Memorial Trust Grants to promote […]
This one day conference for charity and church leaders, fundraisers and donors takes place at Central Hall Westminster on Tuesday 22nd November 2016, from 10am to 4pm, followed by a networking reception. The conference will be opened by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, speaking on how we can encourage joyful giving. Other participants include […]
Power to Change, an independent charitable trust, is taking applications for a £10 million Community Business Fund financed by the Big Lottery Fund. Applications are open from 26 April until 1 June 2016. Proposals will not be accepted that promote the advancement of religion but Power to Change says this does not prevent faith groups […]
Grants of £2,000 for local good causes and charities are available from the Community Foundation in Wales, funded by Asda from the 5p charge it has to impose on those using its carrier bags. The fund will support projects and good causes that matter most to Asda’s customers: – Children and Young People – Older […]
Big Society Capital has compiled a list of all the open social investment funds it is aware of for charities or social enterprises looking for funding. The list is available on its website.
The CTBI Hardship Fund was set up in 1990 by the former Churches Commission for International Students to assist full-time international students, irrespective of their race, gender or religion, who are already in Britain and Ireland and who are facing unexpected financial problems during the final stages of their course. It is administered ecumenically on the […]