Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust

Status:  Open to applications

Application Deadline: Grant Round 3 for 2018 – for £1,000 grants – will open on 1st July 2018


Description

Grants are available to UK registered charities for a range of projects. They have restructured their grants programme and now have 4 application periods each year.


Details
 
Grant Round 1 for 2018 – for £1,000 grants – will open on 1st February 2018.
To apply for this grant round, you must meet the following criteria:
 
-project must relate to Health (excluding medical research);
-your charity’s operating income must be a minimum of £100,000 and a maximum income of £1,000,000. 
 
Grant Round 3 for 2018 – for £1,000 grants – will open on 1st July 2018
Grant: £5,000
Category: Health (excluding medical research)
Eligibility: minimum operating income of £100,000 – maximum income level 1,000,000
 
In all cases, priority is given to projects focussing on:
  • homelessness
  • domestic abuse
  • prisoners/offenders
  • training and education
  • counselling and support
  • better access to the arts for those who have limited opportunities
  • refugees and asylum seekers

Value Notes

Min:  £1,000

Max:  £5,000


Extended description

The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust offers funding to charities registered in the UK for projects taking place within the UK..

Charitable organisations can apply for funding which directly supports the theme selected by the Trustees for that year.

The funding is intended to support organisations undertaking projects in a variety of fields and works on a three-year rotation system, with different fields of interests being funded each year

  • The funding is intended to support organisations undertaking projects in a variety of fields and works on a three-year rotation system, with different fields of interests being funded each year:

    • 2018: Medical and Community.
    • 2019: Children and young people.                                                       

Restrictions

They do not fund:

  • Overseas projects
  • Capital appeals, including equipment
  • Schools, including activities
  • Village Halls
  • Minibuses or other Vehicles
  • Shopmobility
  • Charities involved with religion (including repair of Church fabric)
  • Charities involved with animals (welfare and conservation)
  • Individuals, including individuals embarking on a trip overseas with a charitable organisation
  • Students
  • Scouts, Guides, Cubs, Brownies
  • Sea Cadets
  • Holidays, including respite holidays
  • Individual hospices (national organisations can apply)

Application Procedure

For further information and details on how to apply visit their website.