The Tudor Trust
Tudor makes grants, and provides other types of support, to voluntary and community groups working in any part of the UK. They particularly want to help smaller, community-led organisations that work directly with people who are at the margins of society: organisations that support positive changes in people’s lives and in their communities.
They are particularly interested in supporting work that develops and promotes the social connections and relationships which make such an important contribution to the well-being and quality of life of individuals, and which strengthens communities.
Tudor will support organisations which address marginalisation, display positive organisational characteristics and make a difference.
Geographical areas funded: UK
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- Type of cost:
- Capital, Revenue, Core costs
Fund award sizes
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Notes on award amounts: Premium information
Who can apply
They can make grants to groups operating under a range of legal structures including registered charities, unincorporated associations, community interest companies and industrial and provident societies.
They support smaller groups and are more likely to fund groups with an annual income of less than £1 million.
When to apply
There are no deadlines and applications can be submitted at any time.
How to apply
There is a two-stage application process. All applicants are asked to complete a brief first-stage proposal which includes a completed organisation details sheet (available on the funder website or within the printed guidelines), the answers to five set questions, an introductory letter and recent accounts.
Activites funded: Advice & information Advocacy Arts & culture Befriending & mentoring Citizenship & community involvement Community development & regeneration Education & training General charitable activities Health care & wellbeing Social care & welfare
Beneficiaries funded: People affected by drugs and alcohol Black & Ethnic Minorities Carers Children Economically/socially disadvantaged Families Homeless or badly housed Care experienced people Socially isolated people LGBTQI people People in poverty Rural communities Men Mental health conditions Offenders & ex-offenders Older people Ill-health Disabilities Refugees & asylum seekers Local communities Victims of crime & abuse Women & girls Young people
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