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The Tudor Trust

The Tudor Trust wants to support smaller groups, embedded in their communities, which work directly with people who are on the edges of mainstream society in ways which encourage inclusion, integration and independence. They are particularly interested in supporting work that develops and promotes the social connections and relationships which make such an important contribution to the well-being and quality of life of individuals, and which strengthens communities.

One of the crucial things they look for in the applications is a strong focus on support for the most marginalised - on those individuals and communities who have limited access to resources and opportunities.

Tudor’s trustees are also particularly interested in supporting smaller, under-resourced organisations as smaller organisations are particularly well-placed to deliver positive change because they know their communities and can be highly responsive to need, providing an individualised and holistic response to the people they support. The best smaller-scale organisations also encourage participation and inclusion and contribute to the resilience of communities by offering opportunities for connection and engagement.

You don’t have to be a registered charity to apply. Your application can be considered if:

  • you are seeking support for work that has a charitable purpose

and

  • the application comes from an organisation that has both a constitution and a bank account. We can make grants to groups operating under a range of legal structures including registered charities, unincorporated associations, community interest companies and industrial and provident societies. We don't make grants to individuals.

Much more likely to fund groups with an annual income of less than £1 million.

As well as core funding they can also provide project grants, capital grants and grants to help strengthen your organisation.

There is no maximum or minimum grant, though in practice it is unusual for us to make a grant of less than £10,000.

Usually grants are made over one, two or three years.