Benevolent Fund, the Weaver’s Company provides funding for smaller charitable organisations that are providing direct services for young people who are vulnerable and at risk of becoming involved with crime.
This fund is for UK charities, not-for-profit and Exempt organisations working in the areas of music, especially chamber music, composition and music education, or in heritage and crafts.
This fund is open to both national and local charities across the UK for fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and community facilities specifically for those in need (by reason of financial hardship, sickness, disability or other disadvantage or distress) in the UK.
The funding is designated for initiatives aligning with the Fund’s focus on ‘Innovation for good’ and its goal of ‘leveraging innovation to consistently deliver sustainable benefits to underserved communities.’
Funding opportunities are open to UK-based arts organisations aiming to advance the significance of creativity in the lives of individuals with mental health challenges, particularly those from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
The KFC Youth Foundation (formerly known as KFC Foundation) aims to fund work that helps young people create firm foundations, by addressing their needs through early intervention.
The Trust’s goal is to assist UK charities dedicated to education and youth, community development, environmental conservation, healthcare, and the promotion of arts, culture, and heritage.
Aim is to fund charitable and community organisations to support projects that deliver benefits for local communities.
This fund aims to support young migrants in high need to overcome the barriers that affect their ability to thrive, and to support work that will help communities experiencing high levels of migration become stronger and more connected.
The Trust will fund UK registered charities and CICs to support youth mental health aged 11-25 at prevention and early intervention stages.
This fund supports work led by/for young people who have less access to creative programmes or who are underrepresented in arts and culture.
Wharfedale Foundation are running their final grants over 2024/25 in 4 rounds.