Grant Funding For Charities - List Of New UK Charitable Trusts And Foundations 2023

A list of new UK charitable trusts and foundation grant funding for charities that many haven't heard about yet. Register to download all 200+ and get the latest trust and foundation grant funding for charities weekly. I've left the 2022 selection in as well.

New UK Charitable Trusts & Foundations Grant Funding For Charities 2023

Here is a selection of the 2023 new UK charitable trusts and foundations that provide grant funding for charities, but which are much less well known.

You can download the complete new charitable trusts and foundations funding lists 2023 from the Income questionnaire statement on finding new grant funding.  It has FUNDER LISTS typed into the text, so you can't miss it.  The Jan to Jun 2023 new trusts and foundations list for England and Wales has 200+.  The lists for Jul to Dec 2023 comprise new grant makers (107), general charitable purpose grant makers (85) and UK based global grant makers (59).

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New Grant Funding For Charities 2023 - Education

Charity Number Charity Name Phone Email Website What the charity does
1202341 FUTURE SCOPE CHARITABLE TRUST 1380733300 futurescope@wansbroughs.com Grant-making
1202491 GP SINGH FOUNDATION 7929656734 contact@gpsinghfoundation.org Www.Gpsinghfoundation.org  ELDERLY AND THE VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE
1202839 ELEMENTAL FOUNDATION 2077833533 PennyChapman@bdbpitmans.com YOUNG PEOPLE STUDYING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM BETWEEN THE AGES OF 7-19, IN PARTICULAR BY PROVIDING FUNDING TO ORGANISATIONS
1203033 THE STURGEON FOUNDATION 2071268178 info@sturgeonfoundation.com
1203615 THE PHAROS FOUNDATION 7376123392 psnash1@hotmail.com

New UK Charitable Trusts And Foundations 2023 - Disability

Charity Number Charity Name Phone Email Website What the charity does
1202211 #FOREVER20 FOUNDATION CIO 7717578117 ellesappelle15@googlemail.com
1203791 THE ALEXANDRA GRACE HALLEY FOUNDATION 4.48E+11 The.agh.foundation@gmail.com DISABILITY AND SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN THROUGH THE PROVISION OF AWARDING GRANTS TO BOROUGH COUNCILS, NURSERIES, EARLY YEARS PROVISION, PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS
1201843 NORTH WEST PROFESSIONAL AND IFA CHARITABLE TRUST 7960772784 ed@stpaulsfinancial.co.uk
1201893 FIRSTFRUIT VENTURES 1903824399 hwolmarans@wornet.org
1202257 ACTION 4 YOU 7722122876 info@action4u.org This charity is dedicated to providing general charitable welfare services, such as poverty relief, medical assistance, education promotion, and other related activities. Assisting children, families, and communities as needed.
1202522 THE OVERSEAS AID ALLIANCE 1983852211 scrussell@doctors.org.net OAA will make grants to organisations working overseas. This will provide funds for projects involved with improving the health, education and development of those in the greatest need
1202171 THE MACFARLANE FAMILY FOUNDATION 7906216549 macfarlanefamilyfoundationuk@gmail.com to support charities whose services in turn support disadvantaged groups or communities, alleviate poverty, advance education, promote good citizenship or community development. Applications are by invitation only, and priority is given to charitable services delivered in the UK.

New Charitable Foundations 2023 - Poverty

Charity Number Charity Name Phone Email Website
1201841 EGBE AKIKANJU EGBA FOUNDATION 7415285379 deleshos@yahoo.co.uk
1201874 THE KALOLENI PROJECT 7930317189 milaher@btinternet.com www.thekaloleniproject.org
1202053 WISH FOUNDATION 7507952171 nasimaislam71@gmail.com
1202340 BC FOUNDATION 1143499899 info@bcfoundation.org
1203300 EASE THE BURDEN 7553981267 easetheburden1@gmail.com
1203482 JOURNEY'S END FOUNDATION 1384327322 kirsty.mcewen@higgsllp.co.uk www.journeysend.co.za
1203498 RISEUP CHARITY 7950808507 email@email.com
1203523 TEMUCHA 7407119652 kolelmbelz@gmail.com
1203588 BLACKSTONE TRUST 7932366059 natgran@hotmail.co.uk

New UK Charitable Trusts And Foundations 2022 - General Charitable Purposes

Charity Name Phone Email
THE FIREBIRD FOUNDATION 2030367331 contact@firebirdfoundation.co.uk
FANTASTIC PEACH FOUNDATION UK LIMITED 2073007000 contact@fantasticpeach.org
JINGLE JAM 7757150284 contact@jinglejam.co.uk
WEYMOUTH & PORTLAND LIONS CLUB (CIO) 3458334745 K2brookes@aol.com
THE 4814 TRUST 7751138610 hello@the4814trust.org
PEREI CHARITABLE FAMILY FOUNDATION 7884430551 wperei@yahoo.com
TURNBULL  FAMILY CHARITABLE TRUST 7774983311 turnbull.fct@gmail.com
THE PENDLE FOUNDATION 1254246940 tc@tonyclarkson.com
THE SEEDKEEP FOUNDATION 1423566666 seedkeepfoundation@raworths.co.uk
THE FDR TRUST 7831093093 rj@robin-johnson.co.uk
THE ROLAND AND SHEILA SAAM CHARITABLE TRUST 7835707888 r.saam@ieee.org
ROTARY CLUB OF DORCHESTER POUNDBURY TRUST FUND 7763476418 poundburyrotarytrust@gmail.com
GALLEON FOUNDATION 2072277000 PennyChapman@bdbpitmans.com
BALLINGATE CHARITABLE TRUST 1565748829 nigel.williams@zedra.com
MIDDLE WAY TRUST 1865339330 nicola.peedell@maierblackburn.com
THE NJF FAMILY CHARITABLE TRUST 7770485000 natasha.lucas@btinternet.com
HAYSAC FOUNDATION 7825889639 mark.hammondmail@gmail.com

New Trusts And Foundations Grant Funding For Charities 2022

These are a selection of the other new charitable foundations.

Charity Name Phone Email Activities
SKINNERS' CHARITY FOUNDATION 2072365629 CHARITIES@SKINNERS.ORG.UK YOUNG PEOPLE'S VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, ARTS, HERITAGE, AND COMMUNITIES
ANDY SARSBY CHARITY 7793007696 rsarsby@gmail.com THOSE WHO ARE HOMELESS, BY PROVIDING ITEMS AND SERVICES SUCH AS FOOD AND FREE HAIRCUTS AND GRANTS TO ORGANISATIONS WORKING TO RELIEVE HOMELESSNESS
HELP FOR UKRAINE APPEAL FUND 1430424775 shaun.willox@outlook.com The relief and assistance of people in need arising from the war/conflict in Ukraine with a focus on women and children primarily by providing funding to charities, orphanages and schools. Ukraine, Poland and UK.
SAIL2HELP 7932458562 timdavies@avroyachting.com SUPPORTING SUICIDE PREVENTION AND MENTAL HEALTH CHARITIES
GSC FOUNDATION 2078222222 jcohen@gscsolicitors.com support charitable organisations for the benefit of the community generally; poverty & homelessness; education and general charitable purposes.
STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 1202769890 community@ssfs.co.uk Small charities located in the UK local to Strategic Solutions clients.
NBCS FOUNDATION CIO 1905673335 enquiries@nationalbusinesscrimesolution.com REHABILITATION OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE COMMITTING CRIME BECAUSE OF THEIR ALCOHOL AND DRUG DEPENDENCY
THE ALF REWIN CONSERVATION FUND 7964847706 barriedeezak@hotmail.com REGISTERED CHARITIES - CONSERVATION PROTECTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE PHYSICAL AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
LITTLE ACORNS 7717435341 mfbmatty@aol.com Poverty, education and young people.
THE FORGOTTEN PEOPLE 1772252177 theforgottenpeople786@gmail.com Poverty worldwide

Charitable Trust and Foundation Grant Funding FAQs

  • Can a charity donate to a non charity?  As long as a charity governing document allows it to make grants, a charity can make grants to any individual or organisation, as long as it is for exclusively charitable purposes that fall within its objects.
  • Can charities make grants to schools and hospitals? A charity can make grants to public sector organisations, such as schools and hospitals, as long as it is for exclusively charitable purposes, within its objects, and not for items that should and could be funded by public budgets.
  • How do we get funding for a non registered charity?  Although some charitable grant makers will only fund registered charities, many will fund non registered groups.  Usually referred to in by grant makers as constituted groups (that is, have a non profit constitution) with a bank account in the name of the group.
  • What makes a successful grant application?  You can maximise your chances of a successful grant application by ensuring you meet eligibility criteria and priorities, engaging the grant maker, if possible, and submitting a succinct application that is urgent, compelling and emotionally engaging, and supported by facts and evidence.
  • Which grants have a quick response? Generally, small grants will have quicker turnaround times.  However, grant makers often consider applications quarterly, or even annually, so look for those with approaching deadlines.
  • What is unrestricted funding? Unrestricted funding, sometimes called core cost funding, is grant funding for charity running costs, such as salaries, rent and other overheads, rather than to fund a specified project.
  • Who can apply for a charitable grant? Charitable grant makers will only make grants to individuals and organisations for exclusively charitable purposes and will normally not make grants to groups that aren’t constituted (have a non-profit constitution) and a bank account in the group’s name.

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