Governance and public provision

Governance and public provision

Introduction

Here you will find funding opportunities from other organisations relating to our universal theme of governance and public provision.

A B Charitable Trust

The A B Charitable Trust is an independent grant making organisation, which champions human dignity and focuses on supporting the most marginalised and excluded groups in the UK, who are often from communities experiencing poverty and racial inequality. In supporting access to justice, the trust recognises that high-quality legal advice and representation is a powerful tool to help bring about both individual redress and systemic change. The fund supports UK-registered charities that work towards combating abuse and violations of human rights. Charities should usually have an annual income between £150,000 and £1.5 million and have operated for at least a year. The trust’s three priority areas are currently migrants and refugees, criminal justice and penal reform, and human rights.

Deadline: 30 October 2022.

Apply here.

Help the Homeless

Help the Homeless aims to support small and medium-sized registered charities working to help homeless people rebuild their lives. Organisations must be a registered UK charity with the Charity Commission in England, Wales or Northern Ireland or a registered Scottish Charity. This fund can only accept applications towards the funding of ‘capital’ projects, it does not support running/core costs. All applications must relate to projects that assist individuals in their return to mainstream society, rather than simply offering shelter or other forms of sustenance.

Deadline: 15 September/ 15 December 2022.

Apply here.

A B Charitable Trust

The A B Charitable Trust is an independent grant making organisation, which champions human dignity and focuses on supporting the most marginalised and excluded groups in the UK, who are often from communities experiencing poverty and racial inequality. In supporting access to justice, the trust recognises that high-quality legal advice and representation is a powerful tool to help bring about both individual redress and systemic change. The fund supports UK-registered charities that work towards combating abuse and violations of human rights. Charities should usually have an annual income between £150,000 and £1.5 million and have operated for at least a year. The trust’s three priority areas are currently migrants and refugees, criminal justice and penal reform, and human rights.

Deadline: 30 October 2022.

Apply here.

Help the Homeless

Help the Homeless aims to support small and medium-sized registered charities working to help homeless people rebuild their lives. Organisations must be a registered UK charity with the Charity Commission in England, Wales or Northern Ireland or a registered Scottish Charity. This fund can only accept applications towards the funding of ‘capital’ projects, it does not support running/core costs. All applications must relate to projects that assist individuals in their return to mainstream society, rather than simply offering shelter or other forms of sustenance.

Deadline: 15 September/ 15 December 2022.

Apply here.