National Churches Trust’s Large Grants Programme

Listed and unlisted Christian places of worship needing major, urgent structural repairs can apply for grants of up to £50,000. The funding, which is made available through the National Churches Trust’s Large Grants Programme, will cover up to 50% of larger, more complex projects costing over £80,000 incl. VAT. Funding is also available for projects costing more than £30,000 incl. VAT that improves facilities such as kitchens and accessible toilets, etc to enable increased community use. Priority will be given to architecturally and historically significant buildings.

There is a two-stage application process.

The deadline for stage one applications is midnight on 2 July 2024.

Applicants will be informed of the stage 2 deadline if they are successful at stage 1.

Read more and apply for the National Churches Trust’s Large Grants Programme here.


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