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No Min - £50,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Taylor Family Foundation supports charities who provide opportunities for children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and difficult circumstances, to improve their chances of attaining success to lead fulfilling lives.


No Min - £7,000 Deadline: no deadline

The overall aim of this funding programme is to prevent people entering the criminal Justice system and to support people entering the criminal justice system and to support those already in the system to move on and rebuild their lives.


No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

A major new Youth Worker Bursary Fund has been announced by NYA as part of a national initiative to open up career pathways in youth work. In its first year the fund will widen access and secure youth work training with up to 450 bursaries (Levels 2 & 3) working through the NYA’s regional partners.


No Min - £1,500 Deadline: no deadline

Tesco Community Grants fund thousands of local community projects across the UK, helping to fight holiday hunger, tackle mental health, support young people, host community events and much more.

Peter Harrison Foundation

No Min - No Max Deadline: no deadline

The Peter Harrison Foundation makes grants under four programmes: Opportunities through Sport, Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People, Opportunities through Education, Trustees' Discretion.


£500 - £10,000 Deadline: 15 Dec 2021

The Ironmongers’ Company wishes to support projects that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people to fulfil their potential.


No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Percy Bilton Charity is a grant-making trust founded in 1962. Assistance is given to organisations and individuals in need throughout the U.K: charities assisting disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities, people with mental health problems and older people may apply for grants towards furnishings and equipment (excluding office items), building or refurbishment projects.

Youth Music

£2,000 - £30,000 Deadline: 3 Dec 2021

Grants of £2,000 to £30,000 are available and the fund is designed to support music-making and music-making related activities for children and young people (aged 0-25) facing barriers

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£20,000 - £100,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Edge Innovation Fund (EIF) is a different approach to grant funding. The fund has opened with £300,000 available for 2021 and will be refreshed with new funds every January up until January 2025. The EIF has no closing date, applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis from the launch date (14th September) and reviewed at regular intervals.

Matthew Good Foundation: Grants for Good

No Min - £3,500 Deadline: 15 Dec 2021

Grants for Good is our first fund that invites local charities, voluntary groups or social enterprises that have an average annual income of less than £50,000 to apply to us for funding.


No Min - £6,000 Deadline: 15 Dec 2021

The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation seeks to promote mutual understanding and cooperation between the UK and Japan through financial support for activities in a number of fields, from Arts and Culture to Humanities and Social Issues, from Japanese Language and Sport and Education, from Science and Technology to Medicine and Health.


No Min - £3,000 Deadline: 31 Oct 2021

We pay special attention to projects focusing on education, environment, children, the disabled, youth activities and projects that provide clear benefits to the local communities close to our UK locations. The Ford Britain Trust particularly encourages applications supported by Ford employees, but is open to all, provided that the qualifying organisations meet our selection criteria.


£3,000 - £20,000 Deadline: 29 Oct 2021

We are pleased to announce we are launching another round of Open Grants for youth organisations in London and Essex to apply to. This year, our ReIgnite Grants are focused around funding A Year of Opportunities for young people, in which organisations can use the funds to attract more young people into their services as well as to increase the services they can provide.

Youth Endowment Fund

No Min - No Max Deadline: 1 Dec 2021

The Youth Endowment Fund exists to prevent children and young people becoming involved in violence. We do this by finding out what works and building a movement to put this knowledge into practice.

Having a supportive home helps to keep children safe from involvement in violence. Where children live in homes where there’s conflict or domestic abuse, alcohol or substance misuse or where other family members are involved in crime, they’re at higher risk.

That’s why we want to invest in programmes that support families. And that includes building our understanding of what works for children in the care system, who’re significantly overrepresented in the youth justice system.

We’ll aim to identify around 5-10 programmes to fund and evaluate. We’re planning to spend between £6 million and £10 million depending on the how well applications meet our criteria.


No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

BlueSpark provides funding for projects which aim to improve the education and development of children and young people by means of educational, cultural, sporting or other activities. Subject to that overriding objective, the Trustees have absolute discretion as to the making of grants. We will give particular consideration to projects which we consider will help enhance the self-confidence, team working skills and future employability of children and young people.


No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Screwfix Foundation is a registered charity set up in 2013. We have a clear purpose of raising funds to support projects that will fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities for those in need throughout the UK. How do we raise money? We raise funds throughout the year to support causes that will change people’s lives. We work with both national and local charities, donating much needed funds to help all sorts of projects, from repairing buildings and improving facilities in deprived areas, to decorating the homes of people living with sickness and disabilities.


No Min - £150,000 Deadline: 23 Nov 2021

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has announced that the Teacher Development Fund (TDF) has re-opened for applications. Through the TDF, primary schools working in partnership with other primary schools as well as arts / cultural organisations can apply for grants of up to £150,000 to develop the necessary skills, knowledge and confidence to support the delivery of effective arts-based teaching and learning opportunities in the classroom, and to embed learning through the arts in the curriculum.

John Lyon's Charity (Cultural Capital Fund – Arts Organisations)

No Min - £35,000 Deadline: no deadline

Even before Covid-19 and the closure of schools, John Lyon’s Charity was very much aware of the worrying trend away from Arts subjects in schools to focus on the more ‘academic’ core subjects. Many schools do not offer specialist Arts GCSE and A Level subjects and even at primary level, where there is usually more flexibility on the curriculum, Arts activities are often squeezed in favour of Maths or literacy.

John Lyon's Charity (Small Grants)

No Min - £5,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Small Grants Fund enables organisations to access smaller amounts of funding outside the main Trustee meetings.  Requests to the Small Grants Fund are considered at least six times a year and there are no deadlines.  The Charity endeavours to ensure that funds are awarded in a timely manner, relevant to project delivery dates (e.g. before school holidays).  The Small Grants Fund is often used as an introduction to the Charity and grants awarded under this Fund can develop into larger grants.

Garfield Weston Foundation

No Min - £50,000 Deadline: no deadline

The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded, charitable grant-making foundation, which supports a wide range of causes across the UK, donating over £80 million annually. It was established in 1958 by the Weston family and is one of the largest and most respected charitable institutions in the UK which has donated over £1 billion in total. The Trustees are descendants of the founder and the Weston family continues to take a highly active and hands-on approach. For an overview of our grant-making philosophy and approach please click here.