The Dulverton Trust is an independent grant-making charity supporting organisations which are tackling a range of social issues, protecting the natural world, and preserving heritage crafts.
The Trust currently offers funding across the following categories:
- Youth Opportunities: aims to support charities working with socio-economically disadvantaged children and young people. Funds initiatives that support young people to develop the life skills to enable them to thrive.
- General Welfare: supports a wide range of charities that benefit disadvantaged people and communities
- Conservation: supports charities working to support the health and resilience of the UK’s wildlife habitat
- Heritage: supports the development of craftsmanship in the traditional techniques of repair and restoration
- Kenya and Uganda: restricted to charities which already have a long association with the Trust
- Peace and Humanitarian Support: currently closed to applications.
Geographical areas funded: UK
- Type of funding:
- Type of cost:
- Capital, Revenue, Core costs
- Applicant success rate:
- Premium information
Fund award sizes
Notes on award amounts: Premium information
Who can apply
Applicants must be a UK registered charity or have exempt status. Have an annual income of between £200,000 and £10 million (but preference is given to charities with an income of £5 million or below).
Newly established charities (usually founded within the last eighteen months) and preservation charities are exempt from the minimum income rule.
- Minimum annual income:
- Maximum annual income:
When to apply
They accept applications all year around but Trustees make decisions in February, June and October. They advise allowing 3-6 months for a decision.
How to apply
Applications are now made on-line via the website. An eligibility questionnaire must be completed to gain access to the online application form.
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