Support up to £250,000 for projects that involve urgent structural repairs to public places of worship that are listed at Grade I, II* or II in England.
Grants are available to voluntary organisations in the UK for research into learning disability or to assist with the care and relief of those affected by learning disability in the UK. Next deadline for applications is 01 Jul 2016.
MSE Charity Innovation is a unique grant round offering between £2,000 and £15,000 for projects that deliver financial capability. This means improving people’s ability to manage their financial situation and developing their financial skills and knowledge. Applications must be innovative, testing out ideas that are genuinely new and that, as far as possible, do not overlap with projects funded by other funders. Next deadline is 10 June.
Ambition Giving provides £2,000 to groups or individuals to help deliver activities to young people aged under 24 within their community. Deadline is 1 July.
The trust provide grants for the provision of leisure activities for disabled people. They favour applications where one or all of the following criteria are met: potential beneficiaries are physically disabled wheelchair users; improved access for wheelchair users is proposed; a sporting or leisure activity involving disabled wheelchair users is proposed. Apply anytime.
The foundation offers grants up to £2,000 to improve quality of life for people with disabilities or learning difficulties, and their families, in any part of the country, by making grants to individuals or their families; or by making donations to institutions providing facilities and advocacy for children and adults with special educational or other needs. Apply anytime.
Apply for a grant of £10,000-£50,000 to help young people aged 11-25 to explore their heritage. There is no application deadline.