Clothworkers' Foundation - Small Grants

Summary

Gives one-off capital grants to UK charities working in the following areas: alcohol and substance misuse; disabled people; disadvantaged young people; domestic and sexual violence; elderly people; homelessness; disadvantaged minority communities; prisoners and ex-offenders; visual impairment. Their one-off grants are for the purchase of specific and pre-determined capital item(s) for a particular project, including: buildings; fixtures, fittings and equipment; vehicles.


Fund details

Status:
Open
Type:
Grant
Source:
Trust/Foundation
When to apply:
Applications accepted all year (no deadlines). Decisions are made within 8 weeks.
Next deadline:
No deadline date
Charities only:
No
Website:
http://foundation.clothworkers.co.uk/Open-grant-programmes/Main-and-Small-Grant-Programmes.aspx
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
020 7623 7041
How to apply
Take the eligibility quiz to get access to an online application form
Exclusions
Organisations with income of more than £250,000 (see the main grant fund for organisations with incomes of up to £15M). They don't fund normal everyday costs of running your organisation, as well as any one-off costs which are not for tangible items. For other exclusions check the website for details.

Fund award sizes

Minimum:
No minimum provided
Maximum:
£10,000
Average:
£7,717
Annually awarded:
£980,000
Notes on award amounts:
Annual total and average for UK from 2017 accounts.

Organisation

Name:
Clothworkers' Foundation
Charity number:
274100
Website:
http://foundation.clothworkers.co.uk
Email:
No funder email address
Phone:
020 7623 7041
Address:
Clothworkers Hall Dunster Court, Mincing Lane, London, EC3R 7AH


Geographical Areas

  • UK

Activities

  • Advising and informing
  • Advocacy
  • Citizenship and community involvement
  • Education and Training
  • Employability services
  • Financial advice and support
  • General charitable activities
  • Health care and wellbeing
  • Health education and promotion
  • Mental health care

Beneficiaries

  • Addicts and misusers
  • Black and ethnic minorities
  • Economically/socially disadvantaged
  • Homeless or badly housed
  • LGBTQI people
  • Mental health conditions
  • Offenders and ex-offenders
  • Older people
  • Disabilities
  • Learning disabilities
  • Physical disabilities
  • Sensory impairments
  • Refugees and asylum seekers
  • Victims of crime and abuse
  • Women and girls
  • Young people