To give grant assistance with the publication of works of sound Christian doctrine and evangelical purpose. Applications will be considered from individual authors, organisations and publishers.
Buccleuch Charitable Foundation
The Foundation supports a wide range of organisations including supporting arts, sport, heritage, health, welfare and youth work.
SSPCK - Foreign Fund
The objectives of the Foreign Fund are: training and education of Christians in Commonwealth countries; training of British young people volunteering in Christian mission; education overseas, re-sourcing of new initiatives in worldwide Christian mission.
Next deadline: 15 Nov 2023
Jeffrey Charitable Trust
This trust concentrates on medical research and the welfare and education of children.
The Jerusalem Trust
Awards grants to advance the Christian religion and promote Christian organisations, adn to advice Christian education and learning.
Cardrona Charitable Trust
Funding is available to advance the Christian religion, with particular emphasis on evangelism and the encouragement among believers of good works in all parts of the world.
The Trust funds worldwide, with a preference for Scotland. Awards are available to organisations that promote temperance and work to combat drug and alcohol abuse. Grants are available to individuals for postgraduate study (PhD) in Theology.
Exodun Charitable Trust
This is a general charitable trust with stated interests in the promotion of the Christian faith, the alleviation of poverty, suffering, disease and famine throughout the world and the provision of education, medical services and facilities and welfare.
Scottish Education And Action For Development - SEAD Fund
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.
Barbara Ward Children's Foundation
The Foundation is a small grant-making body that helps the smaller non-religious charities to serve severely disadvantaged children anywhere in the world where grants are likely to make a real difference.