Grants averaging £4,000 for projects which advance education and projects which seek to tackle social disadvantage. 

These areas are not exclusive, and other areas may be considered by the donor. 

Examples of Funded Projects

Round House Friends Association PTFA received £2,000 to run a weekly inter-generational sewing club with 24 primary school children, 15 older people and 5 volunteers to improve social interaction, well-being and reduce loneliness. 

Fusion Youth Projects CIO received £2,500 to employ a positive activities worker to provide 1-2-1 support for high-need young people and to run activity clubs for 128 disadvantaged young people.

The Blue Smile Project received £4,000 to cover rental costs of the central offices for a period of five months. 

Home-Start Royston & South Cambridgeshire received £4,734 to provide a home-visiting service for families with children under 9 at personal crisis point who need support with mental health issues.

Cogwheel Trust CIO received £5,000 to provide initial assessment sessions for 460 people to assess their needs and decide whether counselling would be beneficial for them.

Who can apply?
Not-for-profit organisations

Maximum grant
No max, average £4,000

Eligible area

1st February, 1st August

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