The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation funding is available to support the work of local and national charities or not-for-profit organisations that address rural and urban deprivation within the UK. Within these two main headings, the Trust are interested in helping established projects which work in the fields of:
- Community Support
- Arts, Education & Heritage
- Disability & Health Care.
The types of arts, education and heritage projects they might support include arts projects for people with disabilities; performance or visual arts with a clear and strong community impact; alternative education projects; supplementary teaching; heritage projects in marine or industrial areas which involve local people and have a demonstrable community benefit.
Grant schemes include:
- The Large Grant Scheme, with grants of between £10,000 & £45,000 to cover capital costs
- The Standard Grant Scheme, grants of between £6,001 & £12,000 for revenue or one-off capital costs
- The Small Grant Scheme, grants of below £6,000 to cover capital and revenue costs.
In addition, the Foundation also has funding available to support capital projects at hospices throughout the UK; and for Village Halls and Community Centres. The Grants Committee meets quarterly to consider applications at the beginning of February, May, September and November. The deadlines for submitting applications are generally 2 months before the date of a meeting. Applications to the small grants programme can be made at any time.
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