Charles Hayward Foundation - Heritage & Conservation - Main Grants
Gives larger grants to projects of a unique nature and of national importance. The main focus is main focus in this category is on protecting, restoring and interpreting past inventions, discoveries, industrial sites and defining moments that have shaped our history and identity, and displaying them in a modern context for public engagement, use and learning.
- Conservation and preservation of pictures, manuscripts, books and objects for public display, use and interest
- Development of libraries, museums and galleries
- Adaptation of former Industrial Heritage sites to creative and educational spaces
Geographical areas funded: UK
- Type of funding:
- Type of cost:
- Capital, Revenue
Fund award sizes
Notes on award amounts: Premium information
Who can apply
UK registered charity and have an annual income of more than £350,000
- Minimum annual income:
When to apply
There are no deadlines, the trustees meet four times a year to consider applications, so it may be several months before you receive a decision.
How to apply
Applicants are asked to submit an outline proposal. There is guidance on what to include in the proposal on the funder website. You will be invited to make a more detailed application if the Grant Committee decides to take your project to the second stage.
Beneficiaries funded: General public
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