Woodward Charitable Trust – Small grants

The Woodward Charitable Trust only makes grants for core costs rather than specific projects as they recognise that smaller charities can find these hard to fund. They hope that this will have a more direct impact on the organisations that they choose to fund.

Trustees only fund organisations that support at least one of the following three target groups and particularly look to fund projects that help families and young people and that aim to improve the life chances of their beneficiaries.

  1. Children and Young People (up to 25 years)
  2. Disadvantaged Families
  3. Persons or individuals with justice system involvement/Persons or individuals with prior justice system involvement

Small grants are available for organisations with income and expenditure less than £200,000.

Up to £3,000. Charities, CIOs and CICs.

Deadline – 26th July 2024

Find out more about the Woodward Charitable Trust here


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