Trusthouse Foundation launch new focus
The Trusthouse Foundation supports projects that address urban and rural deprivation, through its small and major grants programmes.
They have just launched new criteria, focusing on family support for their major grants, which are single or multi-year grants of £10,000-100,000, for core costs, salaries, running costs and project costs.
This programme is open to UK-based charities with an annual income of less than £1 million, and a focus on one of the following family support areas:
- Early intervention for vulnerable children and families.
- Addiction issues in families.
- Families of people in prison.
The organisation's postcode, or the postcode of its project area, must be in the 15% most deprived from the Index of Multiple Deprivation if you are in an urban area.
A small grants programme of £2,000-10,000 is available for single-year grants towards core costs, salaries, running costs and project costs.
In both programmes, the maximum grant value is 50% of the total costs applied for. There is an eligibility quiz to help you work out if your organisation can apply for a grant.
To find out more, click here.