Seven Friends Foundation

The Seven Friends Foundation aims to support those organisations and causes that are unpopular or do not receive widespread public attention. This could be due to negative focus within the media; difficulty in accessing statutory, voluntary and institutional funding; the cause being seen as politically controversial; or because the issue is not typically seen as a charitable cause.

Examples of these types of causes or groups may be:

  • Asylum seekers and refugees
  • Migrant communities
  • Persons or individuals with justice system involvement; and persons or individuals previously incarcerated
  • People experiencing violence or abuse
  • Sex workers
  • Trafficking and modern slavery
  • Dependency or Addiction
  • LGBT+
  • Sexual and reproductive health

The programme will primarily support small organisations (annual income up to £300,000), with most grants under £1,000.

The closing date for applications is the 1st August 2024.

Read more about Seven Friends Foundation and apply for funding here.

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