Grants and Funding - April

Here are the latest grants up for grabs for your community projects, groups and events.  Take a look.


The Paul Hamlyn Foundation ‘More and Better’ Grants – Supports organisations to explore opportunities and addresses challenges around migration and integration.  Funding is offered to organisations which offer projects aimed at staying safe and living well together.


Funding Digital Healthcare

Innovate UK has up to £5 million to invest in projects through the digital health technology to invest in projects through the digital health technology.  UK businesses, research and technology organisations may be eligible to apply for support for their projects.


RSC Funding to train as a Chemistry Teacher – RSC are offering tax free funding of £28k for 130 individuals entering chemistry teacher training in England.  For eligibility criteria visit


DM Thomas Foundation Grants Programme – Grants of up to £30k per year for two years to registered charities for projects which improve education and health for young people with disabilities, who are sick in hospital or are life limited.  Funding can also be requested for one-off projects top.


Quaker Housing Trust – SEND funding provides grants and interest free loans to housing projects which cater for people with a wide range of needs including physical and mental health problems, learning difficulties, homelessness or escaping domestic violence, single parents and young families, moving out of care, addiction, refugees and survivors of trafficking.


Help Musicians UK small projects – grants of between £2-5k can be obtained for musical projects which span across other at forms, such as light design, choreography technologists, scientists, gaming designers, theatre directors, visual artists.


Church of England Choirs Funding – grants available through the Ouseley Trust for individuals or groups to help maintain a high standard of choral services in the Church of England.


Funding for School Science Projects

Primary and secondary schools in the UK can apply for funding to purchase equipment so that students can enjoy practical science to run enrichment projects in schools or enable students to participate in science events and competitions.


Heritage Impact Fund

The National Lottery Heritage Fund has announced the launch of a new £7 million Heritage Impact Fund, offering tailored loan fiancé of between £25k-£500,000 for up to three years for groups seeing to acquire, reuse or redevelop buildings of historical or architectural importance.