Clothworkers Foundation

Grants are available to put towards capital projects, including building purchase, building work, fittings and fixtures, equipment and vehicles. This has now been expanded to include capital grants for digital infrastructure and they will also consider applications for products and software, such as websites, databases and apps.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate that the work fits within one or more of the programme areas and that at least 50 per cent of service users benefiting are from one or more of those groups. These are:

  • alcohol and substance misuse
  • disadvantaged minority communities
  • disadvantaged young people
  • domestic and sexual abuse
  • homelessness
  • older people
  • people with disabilities
  • prisoners and ex-offenders
  • visual impairment.

The size of grant awarded will depend on a number of factors including the size of the organisation and the cost and scale of the project. The funders aim to make a decision within eight weeks for grants and projects of less than £10k and within six months for grants over £10k.

No min/max specified. Not for profit (registered).

No deadline.

Read more and apply here.

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