Grants for projects addressing disability and mental health, children & families and homelessness. This fund has no maximum grant size, with an average grant amount of £1,600.

The focus for grant making from the Fund is to support groups working with:

  • Disability and Mental Health
  • Children and Families
  • Homelessness
Examples of Funded Projects
Tom’s Trust received £765 towards group support sessions and school or home visits to support children with a brain tumour and their families.

Bedazzle received £1,000 towards weekly inclusive theatre sessions for young adults with a range of abilities.

Forward Gamlingay! received £1,200 towards weekly art sessions in Gamlingay Eco Hub targeting adults experiencing isolation and loneliness, disability and mental and physical ill health.

Carers Trust Cambridgeshire received £1,250 to train up 25 young carers to deliver carers awareness sessions in various settings within their communities to develop their skills.

Home-Start Cambridgeshire received £1,400 to run 3 STOP Suicide workshops for staff and volunteers to enable them to deliver interventions within families.

Kings Hedges Family Support Project received £1,000 towards the running of weekly drop-in sessions.

Who can apply?
Not-for-profit organisations

Average grant

Eligible area

1st February, 1st August

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