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St Jamesís Place Charitable Foundation - Disadvantaged children and young people
Created: 05/04/2018, Updated: 12/04/2018
The Foundation’s grant giving is guided by themes, with the main focus on children and young people who have special needs through illness or disability or disadvantaged in other ways. The Charitable Foundation also supports the Hospice Movement and more recently has expanded focus to include charities that support people with cancer and those experiencing mental health issues. The Foundation has been keen to support small to medium-sized charities that can benefit substantially from relatively small grants.
The Small Grants Programme is available to smaller UK Registered Charities working nationally, regionally or locally in the UK with an annual income of up to £1,000,000. The amount applied for should be up to a maximum of £10,000 in any two-year rolling period. There are no deadlines or closing dates. Small Grants are considered on receipt and in rotation. The whole procedure can take between four to six months (sometimes longer if many applications are received) so it is advisable to apply in good time if funds are required for a certain date.
For information on the specific themes and how to apply please visit their website.