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Clore Duffield Foundation

About:

The Foundation is a grant-making charity which concentrates its support on cultural learning, creating learning spaces within arts and heritage organisations, leadership training for the cultural and social sectors, social care, and enhancing Jewish life. The Foundation is Chaired by Dame Vivien Duffield DBE.

Main Grants Programme:

The Main Grants Programme offers grants ranging from below £5,000 to in excess of £1million and the Foundation continues to maintain a balance between supporting large-scale projects, with far-reaching effects, and small-scale community endeavours. All grants are awarded at a meeting of the Trustees, held twice a year.

Whilst the Foundation does occasionally make donations to the health and social care sectors, it should be noted that the majority of its support is directed towards the cultural sector, and in particular to cultural learning and to museum, gallery, heritage and performing arts learning spaces. Support for enhancing Jewish life is largely directed towards the new Jewish Community Centre for London.

Please note that organisations must be registered charities to be eligible for the Main Grants Programme.

Registered charities with interests in the sectors listed above are welcome to apply to the Main Grants Programme. The Programme can match lottery funding, support capital redevelopments and learning space initiatives, and provide project, programme and revenue funding.

Unfortunately, the Foundation does not fund projects retrospectively and will not support applications from the following:

  • Individuals
  • General appeals and circulars

It should also be noted that the following are funded only very rarely:

  • Projects outside the UK
  • Staff posts
  • Local branches of national charities
  • Academic or project research
  • Conference costs

How to apply:
If your project falls within the Foundation’s areas of interest, send a letter of application.

Deadline:

As there is no fixed schedule for their trustee meetings, applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Contact:

The Clore Duffield Foundation, Studio 3, Chelsea Manor Studios ,Flood Street, London, SW3 5SR

T + 44 (0)207 351 6061

F + 44 (0)207 351 5308

info@cloreduffield.org.uk

www.cloreduffield.org.uk

 

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Heritage Lottery Fund

About:

We offer a range of grant programmes, awarding grants upwards of £3,000. We want to support innovative as well as tried-and-tested approaches, and welcome proposals that are pioneering in concept and delivery.

  • Sharing Heritage (£3,000 to £10,000)
  • Our Heritage (£10,000 to £100,000)
  • Heritage Grants (Grants of over £100,000)
  • Young Roots (£10,000 to £50,000)
  • Townscape Heritage Initiative (£500,000 to £2,000,000)
  • Parks for People (£100,000 to £5million)
  • Landscape Partnerships (£100,000 to £3million)
  • Grants for Places of Worship (£10,000 to £250,000)
  • Catalyst (Various)
  • Skills for the Future (£100,000 to £1million)

Suitable for

Not for profit organisations

Deadline

None – apply at any time

http://www.hlf.org.uk/aboutus/howwework/programmes/Pages/home.aspx#.UUm-phmGicY

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The Dulverton Trust

Registered charities and organisations with charitable status active in the areas below have the opportunity to apply for funding through the Dulverton Trust in the following areas:

• Youth and Education
• General Welfare
• Conservation
• Religion
• Preservation
• Peace and Security
• Africa

The Trust provides two principal types of grants. These are:

• Major grants of up to £25,000 for national or regional projects.
• Minor grants of up to £3,500 aimed at organisations operating at local or county level.

There are no application deadlines and the Trustees meet four times a year to consider applications. For more information, visit www.dulverton.org

Contact

www.dulverton.org

Deadline

no deadline

Suitable for

charities or organisation with charitable status

not suitable for individuals

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