The Hospital of God offers grants of up £3,000 per year for up to three years for voluntary organisations that work with asylum seekers, prisoners’ families and people with drug problems. The aim is to support charities working in lower profile areas of work that reach people who are on the edges of society.
All applications are assessed against the following criteria:
- Will it enhance the ability of the individual or the community to achieve self-determination?
- Will the work directly benefit people who are disadvantaged?
- Is there evidence of the need for the project for which a grant is sought?
- Does the applicant organisation have the ability to deliver the service?
To note: The Hospital of God are working on their grants administration to make it more effective and efficient, easy to access and meaningful. They are seeking feedback from organisations about how they have found the grants process and what improvements or changes they would like to see. Those willing to share their thoughts can email Lawrence.Mcanelly@hospitalofgod.org.uk.
Deadline: 30 August