Grant programmes with an application deadline between Monday 27th May and Sunday 9th June 2024

This is a regular Friday feature on our website in which we list grant programmes with application deadlines over the next couple of weeks.

Today’s listing covers the period Monday 27th May to Sunday 9th June 2024. Alongside the national schemes listed, we often provide details of a number of grant programmes specific to the South West of England. This is because GRIN SW LLP is a South West (Devon) based social enterprise with a particular interest in highlighting the availability of grant programmes in the region.

If you click on the title of each grant scheme, it should take you directly to the grant programme in question. All funders and grant programmes included have featured in the daily grants bulletin we send out at 8.30 each weekday morning. A free 2-week trial is available for anyone who would like to try out the daily bulletin. Simply email GRIN at info@grin.coop with ‘Free 2-week trial’ as the subject heading and we’ll get you signed up.

1. Grant programmes with an Application Deadline between Monday 27th May and Sunday 2nd June 2024

Tuesday 28th May 2024 at 5pm
THE SCOPS ARTS TRUST: ROUND 2, 2024
Grants of up to £30,000 (although awards are usually for much lower amounts) are available to small to medium sized UK charitable organisations, including social enterprises, for Adult Music Education and Children’s Music Education projects across the UK.

Thursday 30 May 2024 at 5pm
THE LLOYDS BANK FOUNDATION FOR ENGLAND AND WALES: RACIAL EQUITY GRANTS 2024
Unrestricted grants of up to £25,000 per year for up to 3 years (i.e. up to £75,000 in total) are available to smaller registered charities, Charitable Incorporated Organisations and Community Interest Companies in England and Wales based and working outside London that are supporting people aged 18 and over experiencing economic injustice and discrimination due to their race or ethnicity.     

Friday 31 May 2024
CHILDS CHARITABLE TRUST        
Large and small grants for UK based Christian charities working to share and promote the Christian faith in the UK and/or overseas.

Friday 31 May 2024
THE EDITH MAUD ELLIS 1985 CHARITABLE TRUST             
Seed funding grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 are available to UK registered charities, social enterprises and public bodies for innovative ideas in the UK or overseas that offer the potential to bring about a more peaceful, just and sustainable world.             

Friday 31 May 2024
THE HEALTH INNOVATION FUND FOR THE WEST OF ENGLAND: EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE 2024
Funding is available for organisations and partnerships working in healthcare in the South West of England to share details of evidenced-based innovations that improve the health of people in the South West region. 

Friday 31 May 2024
THE JOHN JAMES CHARITABLE TRUST
Grants averaging just under £2,000 are available to registered charities for projects that advance the Christian faith among children and young people. Grants are also available to individuals for training in the ministry.             

Friday 31 May 2024
THE LIPMAN-MILIBAND TRUST GRANT PROGRAMME
Small grants of up to £2,000 are available to organisations and individuals across the UK for the study and research into socialist ideas and educational activities that raise public awareness and understanding of struggles and movements for peace, human rights and co-operation. 

Friday 31 May 2024
THE MICHAEL MARKS CHARITABLE TRUST           
A limited number of small and larger grants are available to registered charities working in the areas of the arts, education and the environment. The vast majority of grants made by the Trust are to arts charities.           

Friday 31 May 2024 at 12pm (midday) for Stage 1 applications
THE PAUL HAMLYN FOUNDATION ARTS FUND     
Revenue grants of between £90,000 and £300,000 over 3 years are available to UK charitable organisations and social enterprises that recognise and act on the potential of the arts to achieve personal, cultural and social transformation.       

Friday 31 May 2024
THE PHILLIP BATES TRUST
A limited number of grants for up to £500 are available for UK voluntary and community organisations and individuals for projects that encourage and develop artistic interest in young people, with a preference for activities that take place in the West Midlands. 

Friday 31 May 2024
THE PINK RIBBON FOUNDATION
Grants up to £5,000 are available to smaller UK registered charities and social enterprises, including Community Interest Companies (CICs), that are working in the areas of breast cancer education, prevention and research.            

Friday 31 May 2024
THE THREE MONKIES TRUST      
Grants are available to registered charities in England and Wales that are working to provide activities which support disadvantaged children and young people aged under the age of 25 to develop skills and knowledge for life, music and performing arts education, as well as for London-based charities that are campaigning to provide affordable accommodation for key workers.            

Saturday 1 June 2024 at 11pm
HENRY MOORE FOUNDATION
Generally, capital grants of up to £20,000 are available for the growth and development of sculpture across historical, modern and contemporary fields, and for research that expands the appreciation of sculpture.

2. Grant programmes with an Application Deadline between Monday 3 rd June May and Sunday 9th June 2024

Monday 3 June 2024 at 1pm
abrdn THE FINANCIAL FAIRNESS TRUST  
Grants of between £10,000 and £200,000 over 1-3 years are available to a wide range of UK charitable organisations for strategic work, including policy work, campaigning and research, which has the potential to improve financial wellbeing on a regional or national scale.   

Monday 3 June 2024 at 12 noon
THE POSTCODE LOCAL TRUST FOR THE WEST OF ENGLAND          
Grants of between (a) £500 and £2,500, and (b) £500 to £25,000 are available to charitable organisations in the West of England (see map below) working in the areas of the arts, physical activity, biodiversity, environmental sustainability, green spaces, improving community access to outdoor space, mental health and wellbeing, the relief of poverty and support for marginalised groups.     

Tuesday 4 June 2024
CORNWALL WOMEN’S FUND     
Funding for community projects in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly that support women’s mental health. This round of funding, which will provide grants of between £500 and £1,000, will give preferential consideration for projects with a focus on perinatal mental health.  

Wednesday 5 June 2024
FCC ENVIRONMENT FOUNDATION: COMMUNITY ACTION FUND  
Capital grants of between £2,000 and £100,000 are available to make improvements to single amenity sites that are open and accessible to the general public. Sites must be within 10 miles of an active FCC Environment Waste facility.        

Wednesday 5 June 2024
HEART RESEARCH UK HEALTHY HEART GRANTS 2024 – NORTH OF ENGLAND    
A limited number of grants of £15,000 are available for new and innovative projects across the UK to promote heart health and to prevent or reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities.    

Wednesday 5 June 2024
THE HEDLEY FOUNDATION LIMITED        
One-off grants of up to £5,000 (but averaging £2,500) are available to smaller UK registered charities working with the elderly, people with a mental or physical disability, those who are terminally ill, young people and social welfare projects, including those that benefit carers, the homeless and ex-offenders.             

Friday 7 June 2024 at midday (12 noon)
THE THEATRES TRUST SMALL GRANTS PROGRAMME             
Capital grants of up to £5,000 are available to theatres across the UK that are operated by registered charities and not-for-profit groups for essential capital works that will enable them to be more accessible. viable and able to thrive.         

Friday 7 June 2024 at 11:59pm
THE WATER RESTORATION FUND            
Development Grants of between £75,000 and £250,000, and Delivery Grants of between £500,000 and £2,000,000 are available to a range of organisations, including environmental non-governmental organisations and local authorities, for grassroots projects to improve the water environment, including activities that enhance biodiversity and community access to blue and green spaces in areas where water companies have been issued with fines or penalties.