Grant programmes with application deadlines between Monday 12th February and Sunday 25th February 2024

This is a regular Friday website feature in which we list grant programmes with upcoming application deadlines over the next fortnight. 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 Application Deadlines between Monday 12th February and Sunday 18th February 2024

Thursday 15 February 2024
THE STANLEY SMITH (UK) HORTICULTURAL TRUST (no website – link to Charity Commission provided)
Grants averaging £3,250 are available to charities, charitable organisations and individuals in the UK to promote horticulture and horticulture education, conservation of the natural environment and making gardens accessible to the general public.

Friday 16 February 2024
ENVIRONMENT AGENCY NATURAL ENVIRONMENT INVESTMENT READINESS FUND (NEINF) ROUND 3
Grants of between £10,000 and £100,000 are available to registered charities, statutory organisations, social enterprises (including Community Interest Companies) and businesses for projects in England that will improve and safeguard the natural environment by helping projects become investment ready.          

Friday 16 February 2024
LAWRENCE ATWELL’S CHARITY (THE SKINNERS’ COMPANY)        
Revenue grants up to £10,000 per-year for up to 3 years are available for registered charities and Community Interest Companies in England and Wales that are helping disadvantaged young people move into employment or become employment ready. Grants are also available for individuals.

Friday 16 February 2024
MONEY SAVING EXPERT CHARITY: “LIVING WITH LONG-TERM CHALLENGES” THEMED ROUND
Grants up to £8,000 are available to not-for-profit organisations in the UK for projects that focus on building financial resilience and capability skills among people with long-term health challenges. 

Friday 16 February 2024
THE PILGRIM TRUST: ARCHIVES REVEALED SCOPING GRANTS
Heritage grants of up to £3,000 are available to public sector bodies, registered charities and other forms of not-for-profit organisation to enable them to analyse collections and support the development of future plans for cataloguing priorities and projects.

Friday 16th February 2024 at midday (12 noon)
THE SYLVIA WADDILOVE FOUNDATION
Capital grants of between £500 and £4,000 are available to UK registered charities, exempt charities and Community Interest Companies working in the areas of  education (relating to organic farming, animal husbandry, veterinary science, animal welfare and animal surgery), visual and performing arts, medical research, disability and severe illness, the preservation of buildings of architectural or historical significance, and accommodation for those in need.

2. Grant programmes with Application Deadlines between Monday 19th February and Sunday 25th February 2024

Tuesday 20th February 2024 at 5pm for Expressions of Interest
BATH WOMEN’S FUND 2024
One main grant of £15,000 and two smaller grants, each of £4,000, are available for projects in Bath and North-East Somerset that Increase the resilience of women and/or girls facing barriers, for example, mental health, financial or other challenges

Wednesday 21 February 2024
THE NATUREWATCH FOUNDATION: PET RESCUE GRANTS
A very limited number of small grants (i.e. 1 or 2 grants annually) of up to £5,000 are available to frontline UK animal welfare charities and Community Interest Companies providing a better life for cats, dogs and rabbits that have been exploited by illegal pet trading.  

Thursday 22 February 2024 at 5pm
CHARLES PLATER TRUST LARGE GRANTS PROGRAMME
A limited number of revenue grants for between £5,001 and £60,000 are available to registered charities and not-for-profit groups in England and Wales for projects that advance social justice through education and align with the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.   

Thursday 22 February 2024
THE ROWING FOUNDATION 
Capital grants of between £500 and £4,000 are available to UK organisations affiliated to British Rowing to purchase equipment and refurbish boats so that young people and people with a disability can participate in rowing.   

Friday 23 February 2024
SEA-CHANGERS: COASTAL FOUNTAIN FUND 2024
Grants of up to £2,500 are available for UK not-for-profit organisations to install a water bottle refill station in a busy or environmentally important coastal location.  

Saturday 24 February 2024 at 4pm for Expressions of Interest
THE J A CLARK (JAC) TRUST        
Grants of up to £60,000 are available to not-for-profit organisations working in the UK and (predominantly) overseas that are working with communities that have been forcibly displaced and for projects that have a positive impact on the natural environment.