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1 Arts and Health Funding The following directory of national, regular funding bodies and programmes have been compiled in order to support you in raising funds for Arts and Health projects, programmes and research. For more information about local and one off funding streams visit: Please note that due to the nature of funding, some of the details included within this document may change over time. If you are aware of any other funding information that could be useful to the Arts and Health network then please to circulate. Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust Grants Programme Awards grants to charitable organisations in the United Kingdom: 2010 Children, Youth, the Elderly and Medical; 2011 Music and the Arts, Overseas; 2012 Community; Deadlines and categories vary, for more information, visit: The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund is a registered charity which was established to support projects in the area of learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability by making grants to voluntary organisations within the UK. They consider projects concerning children or adults. Application for funding is normally considered for capital and revenue costs and for both specific projects and for general running/core costs. They offer grants from 250 upwards. Meetings of the Trustees are usually held in June and early December each year and applications should therefore be submitted no later than 1 May or 1 October for consideration at the next relevant meeting. Late applications will not be considered.. For more information visit: BBC Children in Need Grants Scheme BBC Children in Need fund not-for-profit organisations (including registered charities, voluntary organisations, schools, local authorities, churches, social enterprises, community interest groups, universities etc). BBC Children in Need run two grant schemes: Grants available: Small Grants of 10,000 or less per year for up to three years. Main Grants over 10,000 per year for up to three years. Funding is available to organisations, that work with young people who are suffering from: Illness Distress Abuse or neglect

2 Are disabled Have behavioural or psychological difficulties There are four general grant deadlines each year: 15 January, 15 April, 15 July, 15 October. For more information visit: The Beatrice Laing Trust The Beatrice Laing Trust makes grants in the following categories: children and youth health and medicine overseas aid religion social welfare Further details are available from Elizabeth A Harley, Administrator, on Big Lottery Registered charities, Voluntary and community sector, statutory organisations, including schools, charitable or not-for-profit companies, social enterprises can apply for the following funding programmes: Lottery Funding Awards for All- Grants of between 300 and 10,000 for small grants to help your community project. Reaching Communities- This flagship programme continues to make community awards for between 10,000 and 500,000 and will continue to fund for up to five years. Youth in Focus- Up to 30M will fund projects that help us better understand how to support young people in care and young people in youth offending institutions to independent living, as well as support young carers through key transitional life events that affect them. There are various ongoing closing dates. For more information, visit: Comic Relief Grants Comic Relief awards grants are available to not for profit organisations for work that focuses on mental health, domestic and sexual abuse; refugee and asylum seeking women; older people, using sport in delivering positive change within the lives of individuals and communities, as well as projects focusing on young people (11 25) that are sexually exploited; suffer from alcohol abuse; and suffer from mental health problems. In addition, Comic Relief operates a programme that supports disadvantaged communities. There are various ongoing closing dates. For more information, visit: Concertina- Music Grants for Older People The registered charity, Concertina makes grants to charitable bodies which provide musical entertainment and related activities for the elderly. The charity is particular keen to support smaller organisations which might otherwise find it difficult to gain funding. The trustees review applications after the deadlines of: April 30th and October 31st. For more information, visit: The Co-operative Group Community Fund The Community Fund is the Co-operative Group's main grant making programme. Charitable organisations and community groups can apply for grants of between 100 and 2,000 ( 500 if the

3 applicant is a newly formed group) to help them find co-operative solutions to community challenges. The Co-operative Group is particularly interested in supporting locally led and run groups that can demonstrate co-operative values and principles, such as self help, equality, democracy and concern for the community. Applications can be submitted at any time. For more information visit: The David and Elaine Potter Foundation The David and Elaine Potter Foundation is a charitable family foundation established in 1999 to encourage a stronger, fairer civil society. The Foundation's funding is divided into five categories: Education, Civil society, Research, Human rights and Arts. The trustees are interested in lasting social change, and in forming long-term partnerships with the organisations the Foundation supports. Grants in the past have ranged from several hundred pounds to grants of up to 2 million. The grant application process is divided into two stages; letter of enquiry and an application. An applicant is invited to submit a full proposal only if their letter of enquiry has been accepted. Applications can be submitted at any time. For more information visit: Esmee Fairbairn Foundation Organisations that carry out charitable work are eligible to apply for funding for work under four areas of interest the cultural life of the UK, education and learning, the natural environment and enabling disadvantaged people to participate more fully in society. Applications can be submitted at any time. For more information, visit: Grants for the Arts Grants are available to individuals and organisations for arts related activities that take place mainly in England. Organisational grants are available to arts organisations; local authorities and other public organisations; partnerships; regional and national organisations; organisations whose normal activity is not arts-related, including voluntary and community groups and groups of organisations. There are currently no formal deadlines for submitting applications. For more information, visit: The Garfield Weston Foundation The Garfield Weston Foundation offers support to organisations that are registered charities and excepted or exempt charities such as churches, hospitals, educational establishments, museums and housing corporations. The Garfield Weston Foundation is a UK based, general grant giving charity that makes grants in the areas of the Arts, Community Education, Medical, Environment, Health, Religion, Welfare and Youth. There are no formal deadlines for submitting applications and organisations should allow approximately four months for a final outcome. For more information visit: Heart Research UK - Healthy Heart Grants Heart Research UK Healthy Heart Grants support innovative projects designed to promote heart health and to prevent or reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities. Grants of up to 10,000 are available to community groups, voluntary organisations and researchers who are spreading the healthy heart message. Applications are only accepted during January and February for the May round of grants and July and August for grants awarded in November, each year. For more information visit

4 Help the Homeless Help the Homeless, a national Charity which aims to help homeless people throughout the United Kingdom to resume a normal life, is currently accepting applications from small and medium sized charities and voluntary organisations. Grants of up to 3,000 are available towards capital costs to support projects that assist disadvantaged individuals in their return to mainstream society, through residential or training facilities. There are four application deadlines a year. For more information, visit: The Henry Smith Charity The Henry Smith Charity makes grants for work throughout the UK. One of the eligible categories under which grants are made is young people who experience educational, social and economic disadvantage. The small grants programme offers funding of ,000 to small charities with an annual income of less than 150,000. There is also a main grants programme for capital or revenue projects in excess of 10,000. Arts projects will only be funded if they can demonstrate a therapeutic or rehabilitative benefit to the young people involved. Applications can be submitted at any time. For more information, visit: The Links Foundation The Links Foundation seeks to support include projects that: advance people s education; reduce significant disadvantage; assist those in conditions of poverty, need or distress ; provide for recreational or other leisure time occupation. The Foundation can fund new or existing projects and can help meet costs such as salary, rent and stationery as well as capital costs. The average grant per project is about 20,000. Previously funded activities include arts, crafts and drama facilities for residents on a deprived. For more information, visit: Man Group plc Charitable Trust The Man Group Charitable Trust supports a range of charitable activities that support disadvantaged groups. UK charities can apply for one of two grants programmes: Small Grants for up to 50,000 Large Grants for up to 250,000 For more information go to: Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation The aims of the Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation are broad, although particular emphasis is placed on causes that support the following areas: the care, welfare and support of children (including education); the promotion of health, welfare and the advancement of medical services; the relief of poverty, indigence and distress; the care, welfare and support of the aged, infirm, handicapped and disabled; the support of the arts. The Foundation will also consider granting a small number of substantial capital donations for worthy causes that fall within its priority areas. Further details are available from Diane Morgan on

5 New Look Foundation The New Look Foundation is open to applications from schools, community groups, and charities registered in England and Wales. The Foundation seeks to support: Educational activities aimed at helping people to help themselves; Activities aimed at generating local communities and promoting a positive 'community spirit'; Activities which help people to feel included in local community life who might otherwise feel excluded; Activities which promote positive self-esteem and confidence. Applications can be submitted at any time. For more information, visit: Reaching Communities The Reaching Communities programme has two strands: 1. Reaching Communities funding from 10,000 to 500,000 for revenue projects and/or smaller capital projects up to 50, Reaching Communities buildings funding of between 100,000 and 500,000 for large capital projects Reaching Communities funds projects that help people and communities most in need. Projects can be new or existing, or be the core work of your organisation. Every project we fund must: Respond to need - Need is the term we use to describe a problem or issue, or situation where something needs to change to make things better for a person, or group of people or environment. Involve the people who will benefit from the project in planning and running the project Achieve one or more of the following four outcomes: 1. People having better chances in life, with better access to training and development to improve their life skills 2. Stronger communities, with more active citizens working together to tackle their problems 3. Improved rural and urban environments, which communities are better able to access and enjoy 4. Healthier and more active people and communities There are currently no formal deadlines for submitting applications. There will be up to 100 million available for each year until For more information, visit: The Skinners Company Lady Neville Charity Small charities and not for profit organisations working in the areas of disability; local heritage, local community and performing and visual arts can apply for funding through the Lady Neville Charity grants programme. Eligible organisations can apply for grants in the region of 500 to 1,000 for items of non-recurring expenditure (e.g. equipment, an event, a particular element of capital building works). Grant making Committees are held in May and November each year. Applications need to be received six weeks prior to the meeting date, therefore mid-march and mid-september should be treated as deadlines. For more information visit: The Sylvia Waddilove Foundation Foundation provides grants to charities for: Educational projects Music composition and performances Herbal medicine

6 Medical research Disability Farming related projects. Grants of up to 20,000 are available to registered charities with a turnover of less than 500,000. The Trustees aim to meet in January, April, July and October. For more information visit: Wakeham Trust Funding to Improve Local Communities Groups of individuals as well as small community and voluntary groups within the UK that want to improve their communities can apply for funding through the Wakeham Trust. The Trust are particularly interested in supporting: neighbourhood projects community arts projects projects involving community service by young people projects set up by those who are socially excluded. The Trust normally give grants to projects where an initial 75 to 750 can make a real difference to getting the project up and running. To beeligible, applicants need to be registered charities or have access to a registered charity that will be willing to accept funds on their behalf. Applications can be made at any time. For further information, visit: Wellcome Trust Peoples Awards Awards of up to 30,000 are available under the Wellcome Trust's Peoples Awards for projects that encourage public debate and understanding of biomedical science. Projects can be funded for up to three years and can include activities such as workshops and seminars; arts projects for a variety of different audiences and age groups; teaching materials or techniques to encourage wider discussions; and projects that utilise the collections of the Wellcome Library and the Wellcome Collection at the Science Museum. Applications can be made by a wide variety of individuals, organisations and partnerships. Deadlines are approximately every 3 months. For more information visit: The Woodward Charitable Trust The Woodward Charitable Trust, which is one of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts, is inviting applications from UK registered charities working with or in the areas of: social and ethnic minority groups prisoners and ex-offenders homelessness violence and abuse arts outreach disability environment Grants available: Small grants, 100-5,000 Children's summer play scheme grants 500-1,000 Trustees review grant applications twice a year, usually in January and July. Applications for the playscheme fund are made separately and considered in May each year. For more information visit:

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