HOW TO APPLY
If you fit the criteria we fund, then please send us your application ( link below) by email with your accounts and annual report or the link to your website.
We are keen to support organisations that:
Address a clear need
Are clear about who they work with
Offer a plausible solution to the problem faced
Involve people with lived experience in decision-making
Can show they are making a difference
Are serious about learning
We meet annually in. We expect to meet in May 2022. So please send your appeal by February 2022.
If you don't hear from us then we were unable to fund you this time round. You are welcome to reapply.
Send to Helen: hillcote87@gmail .com
We support charities who work with & support groups that are radically disadvantaged, in particular:
Refugees & asylum seekers
Offenders & ex-offenders
At risk & marginalised young people
People in insecure housing.
We also look to support charities that meet the following:
An annual income less than £300k
The funds will be used for delivery in the UK.
No royal patron
Does not promote a particular religion.
As a small charity we tend to give small sums. Our biggest grant to date has been £5000.
WHO WE HAVE FUNDED
In 2021 we have decided to continue funding the existing organisations plus:
Action for Refugees in Lewisham. Connect North Korea. AVID. Feeding Bristol. Hands on London. Project 17. Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers. SAMM. Survive. Welcome to the UK. West London Welcome.
In 2019/20 we funded:
Lewisham Youth Theatre. SDAC
Southmead Project. Kairos. WTT
Prodigal Arts. Young & Free
In 2018/19 we funded:
Gatwick Detainees Welfare Fund
GL11. Islington Centre for Refugee & Migrants. Hotline Meals