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How to apply session - Hackney Main Grants

Source By: Hackney CVS

Hackney CVS is working in partnership with Hackney Council to deliver a workshop on ‘How to Apply’ to Hackney Main Grants.

Book a session: 18 July here, 8 August here, 6 September here

Family Action Grants - UK

Source By: Community Matters

Welfare Grants

Family Action’s Welfare Grants programme aims to help prevent an immediate crisis from spiralling and threatening the stability of families and individuals.  A broken washing machine for example would for many of us be a financial burden to replace; for a family with three children and a very low income however it may mean taking out a high-street loan and plunging further debt.  Welfare grants are an integral part of our whole family approach to finding solutions for those who need it the most. Coupled with emotional and practical support, grants help us to create a safety net for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our society. 

Application Form: Available to download from the website below.

Contact: Family Action Central Office501-505 Kingsland Road
London, E8 4AU  Tel: 020 7254 6251 email them using the form on the website.


Andrews Charitable Trust

Source By: Community Matters

ACT was set up to achieve social change. The Trust has two charitable objectives:

  • The advancement of the Christian religion.
  • The relief of sickness, poverty and distress in any part of the world as an expression of Christian love.

They welcome applications from both secular and Christian organisations who are also wanting to achieve social change.

You should apply if you have a new idea or are looking to make a step change in the implementation of an idea that is already successfully addressing a need and which is not being done by anyone else. The criteria which they use to assess applications looks for ideas that are as follows:

Applicants must have:

  • An idea that is innovative, sustainable and replicable
  • A commitment to performance measurement, and evaluating the impact of their work on those they intend to support
  • A positive approach to collaboration, networking and partnering
  • Strong and passionate leadership with some track record in (social) entrepreneurialism
  • Simple solutions to an identified need
  • An idea that could leave a mark on the world

Application Form: Apply in writing - see guidance on the website.

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time

Contact: Andrews Charitable Trust, The Clockhouse, Bath Hill, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31 1HL


Email is the preferred mode of communication as the trust only has part time staff. However you can leave a telephone message on the following number. If you leave a message please be clear about the number to call you back on and the times at which you will be available.

Tel: 0117 946 1834


Emerging Leader Clore6: Open

Source by: clore social leadership


Are you leading a project, team or department in the social sector? Are you envisioning a change of role, preparing for a promotion, or seeking to enhance your leadership capability? Do you have between 3-6 years of experience and want to prepare yourself for the next challenge and increase your impact?

Our Emerging Leader Clore6: Open Programme is an intensive six-month leadership development programme for emerging leaders across the social sector. Designed around our Social Leaders’ Capabilities Framework which outlines the attributes, behaviours and skills required to become successful social leaders, the programme is aimed at ambitious and committed leaders who want to expand their leadership capabilities and make a real and lasting difference within the sector. 



Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

Source By: Community Matters

Trusthouse Charitable Foundation are a medium-sized grant making foundation giving grants to small, well-established organisations in the UK who address local issues in areas of extreme urban deprivation, or in remote and fragile rural communities.

Their focus is on supporting smaller charitable and not-for-profit organisations within the UK, with a total annual income under £500,000, who work in the most deprived urban areas or the most remote and socio-economically deprived rural areas.

Within these overarching themes, they support projects which fall under the broad headings of Community Support, Arts, Education and Heritage.


Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time.


Contact: Trusthouse Charitable Foundation, 65 Leadenhall Street, London EC3A 2AD


Telephone: 020 7264 4990



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