Funding for work to support the autonomy, liberty and civil rights of autistic, neurodiverse and disabled people. They currently have two open grant programmes:
Access to legal advice for disabled people:
This programme runs once a year and provides grants to projects providing better access to free legal advice and representation for disabled people on benefits, debt, housing, homelessness, community care, personal liberty, and equal access to goods and services. There are no restrictions on what the grant can be used for provided the funding furthers access to justice for disabled people.
Grants will be awarded by a panel of 10-12 people people with lived experience of disability and learned experience of legal advice. The panel will also help shape the direction of this programme.
Holiday activity schemes for autistic children and young people:
This programme runs once a year and provides grants for holiday play and activity schemes for autistic children and young people.
For full guidance on each of the programme areas, please visit the Trust website.
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Geographical areas funded:
- Type of funding:
- Type of cost:
Fund award sizes
- Annually awarded:
- Premium information
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When to apply
- Holiday activity schemes: Open until the end of February 2024.
- Access to legal advice: Now closed for applications
How to apply
Contact the Three Guineas Trust via email if you are a good fit.
Health care & wellbeing
Recreation & social activities
Respite & holidays
Justice, equality & law
Victims of crime & abuse
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