The Foundation supports a broad range of organisations and activities that share a commitment to making a positive impact to the lives of the communities in which they work, and that are driven by a desire to achieve excellence.
Supports projects targeted at audiences who aren’t already engaged with physics. Key audiences include women/girls, family audiences, and audiences with low science capital.
Next deadline: 27 Feb 2023
Grants are available to fund initial research which should ideally lead to further research.
The Angus Council Charitable Trust provides support to vulnerable people in Angus and assists local groups or organisations with ongoing projects. See the website for details of the types of funding available in each ward.
The Trust supports a broad range of UK-based projects and activities of benefit to the General Public, with an emphasis on promoting a better understanding of the countryside.
The Foundation supports a wide range of charities both in the UK and abroad. Areas of particular interest include education and youth development, medical welfare and research, culture and the environment, and overseas development projects.
The Trust provides grants to a range of charitable organisations. They aim to alleviate suffering and help those who are vulnerable in our society. If your application does not receive a reply then it has been unsuccessful.
The Edina Trust provides non-competitive, easy-to-access grants, for state primary schools in certain regions of the UK, to be used to promote the teaching of science and gardening.
The Trust's core goal is to help small groups of people who are getting together to make a difference in their communities. They are especially interested in helping groups that are starting up and need a little seed money to help them get going.
The Trust provides grant funding for projects which support the vision of a more sustainable and equal society. Applications will be prioritised from the Highlands and Islands.