Awards For All supports projects that aim to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need. Priorities are: bringing communities together, improving places that matter to communities, and enabling people to fulfil their potential.
The Foundation is one of the largest independent grant-makers in the UK. Their new strategy focuses on three aims: Improving Our Natural World; Tackling injustice to deliver A Fairer Future; and Nurturing Creative, Confident Communities.
Opened: 7th Oct 2020
ABCT supports charities that defend human rights and promote respect for vulnerable individuals whatever their circumstances. The Trust is particularly interested in charities that work with marginalised and excluded people in society.
Next deadline: 31st Oct 2021
Groups of young people aged 12 – 25 in youth groups across Scotland have can apply for a micro grant to turn their ideas into action and create their own gambling education project.
SBT’s mission is to support high growth potential social enterprises to scale-up their impact. They do that by investing cash grants and professional support from seven partner organisations in a carefully selected portfolio of social enterprises.
SEAD provides small grants for individuals or groups for positive action, and campaigning. Focus areas are: women’s rights, young people and their global rights, climate justice, inequality, poverty and health justice.
Supports charities with grants to support their work on human rights, prison reform, or environmental issues. The key focus areas of the trust are Human Rights and Prison Reform.
LUSH supports small, grassroots organisations around the world working in environment, animal protection and human rights. They look for organisations that take on issues that others don't, those that push the boundaries and challenge mainstream opinion.
The Seafarers' Charity (formerly Seafarers UK) makes a life-changing impact in troubled times. Our grants to organisations support those who work – or have worked – at sea, and their families.
JRCT prioritises support for charitable work on the following issues: Challenging militarism, Scrutiny of counter-terrorism measures, Alternative approaches to defence and security, and Responding to the dual harms of Covid-19 and systemic racism.
Next deadline: 29th Nov 2021