Learn more about our featured funders including what grants are available, how to apply and where to go for help.

Allen Lane Foundation

Will consider funding: 
Organisations working with groups of people who are unpopular in UK society today. 


BBC Children in Need

Will consider funding: 
Organisations working with disadvantaged children and young people who are 18 years old and under.


Comic Relief

Will consider funding:
Organisations working to bring about positive and lasting change in the lives of poor and disadvantaged people.


Community Foundation in Wales

Will consider funding: 
Welsh charities, community groups and voluntary organisations that are engaged in tackling social need and economic disadvantage at a grass-roots level.


Gwirvol Youth Volunteering Grants

Will consider funding:
Organisations wishing to develop youth volunteering and build their capacity for supporting young volunteers.


Lankellychase Foundation

Will consider funding:
Organisations working to promote change which will improve the quality of people's lives, focusing particularly on areas of social need to help the most disadvantaged in our society to fulfil their potential. 


Lloyds Bank Foundation

Will consider funding:
Organisations who support disadvantaged people play a fuller role in communities across England and Wales.


Nationwide Foundation

Will consider funding:
Charities with an income of under £750,000 who provide finance and/or housing support for older people or survivors of domestic abuse. 


Oak Foundation

Will consider funding:
Third sector organisations in South Wales to deliver innovative housing and employment programmes that tackle social and economic injustice within communities. The Oak Foundation also supports policy change work, capacity building within third sector organisations and evaluations of current services.


Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Will consider funding: 
UK programmes focused on the Arts, Education and Learning, and Social Justice, and a programme or support for NGOs in India that seek to maximise opportunities for individuals and communities to realise their potential and to experience and enjoy a better quality of life. The Foundation is particularly concerned with children and young people, and with disadvantaged people.


Peoples Postcode Trust

Will consider funding:
Organisations with one or more of the following themes: poverty, health, sport, human rights, conflict resolution and the environment.


The Pilgrim Trust

Will consider funding:
Organisations working with vulnerable members of society and organisations working to preserve Britain's historical and intellectual assets


Santander Foundation

Will consider funding:
Organisations who support disadvantaged people.


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Will consider funding:
Organisations working to transform the lives of disadvantaged young people, aged 11-25, through sports.


The Wolfson Foundation

Will consider funding:
Organisations looking to improve the experience and outcomes for service users through capital projects.