This fund offers grants of up to £5,000 for projects that have a focus on learning and education and/or health and wellbeing, including supporting mental health for young people, children and families.

To be eligible, organisations must be operating within 10 miles of a Tees office. Further information about the locations of offices can be found on the Tees website.

Who can apply?
Non-profit organisations
Maximum grant
Up to £5,000
Eligible area
Within 10 miles of a Tees office (Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire)
1 February, 1 August

Project eligibility

Promoting learning and education

Projects that promote talent, increase social mobility and create opportunities for people to thrive and fulfil their potential are encouraged to apply. Tees is keen to support projects that look to increase knowledge, improve mental health, build skills and raise confidence, so through learning and education, together we can improve the life chances of the younger generation.

Promoting good health and wellbeing

Projects that increase access to sports and exercise for children, young people and families, and help to improve physical and mental health through activity, are also encouraged to apply. Tees promotes healthy lifestyles and bringing people together through sports and physical activity, in turn creating new opportunities, promoting community cohesion and reducing isolation. The fund also funds projects that support people’s mental health.

Key funding priorities

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About the funder

Tees Law are committed to supporting our local communities to a better future. The creation of the Tees Better Future Fund builds on Tees’ heritage and legacy as a firm, that values life-long learning and connecting people and communities through the generations. Tees’ history is deeply rooted in the fabric of our local communities – their partners and employees have supported many local charities, clubs, schools and projects over many years.

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