Southall Trust

Grants are available to support charitable projects in at least one of the following fields: Quaker work and witness, peace and reconciliation, environmental action and sustainability, and social action.

Generally speaking, priority will be given to projects that encourage wider support of the above categories and where the grant will make a quantifiable difference (i.e. smaller charities needing ‘seed corn’ funding).

Up to £5,000. Registered charities. No deadline. Applications will be considered from charities working overseas, provided they are registered in the UK.

Read more and apply here. 

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