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Elderly Grants

Details of Grant Funders who will support projects related to the Elderly.

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Masonic Charitable Foundation

The Masonic Charitable Foundation is a major new charity, launched in April 2016. Next deadlines for application are the 17th March (small) and 13th of April 2017. (large)

The Inman Charity

Grants are available for registered charities in the UK carrying out medical, social welfare or general welfare activities. Next Deadline is 31st August 2017

The Royal British Legion External Grants

The External Grants Scheme accepts applications from organisations running, or planning, charitable activities in support of the Armed Forces community. Next deadline is 12th May 2017

Woodroffe Benton Foundation

The Foundation offers grants in the areas of: Relief of Hardship; Care for the Elderly; Education & Youth Development; Environment & Conservation. Quarterly Deadlines.

The Childwick Trust

Providing funding to registered charities to assist people with disabilities, the elderly in need, seriously ill adults and children, and those in need in the horse racing industry. Next Open Apr 17.

Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust

The trust offers grants to charitable organisations working in the UK with one of its priority areas being children and young people. Applications can be submitted at any time.

Aviva Community Fund

Grants available to support Health, disability and wellbeing, Supporting the younger generation, the older generation & Community support.

Greggs Foundation - Ongoing

The Local Community Projects Fund helps organisations based in local communities to deliver projects or provide equipment to people in need at the heart of our communities. Deadline: 03 Mar 17

YAPP Charitable Trust - Ongoing

Community Plus grants of up to £5,000 are available for small local charities or local projects of national charities with funding available to cover salaries, equipment or materials.

Seafarers UK

The leading provider of grants to maritime charities and charitable maritime projects, working to help serving and ex-serving seafarers and their families who are experiencing hardship. Quarterly

The Allen Lane Foundation

The Allen Lane Foundation is a grant-making trust set up in 1966 by the late Sir Allen Lane, founder of Penguin Books, to support general charitable causes.

Merchant Navy Welfare Board

As the umbrella charity for the maritime charity sector, we promote co-operation between organisations that provide welfare services to merchant seafarers and their dependants within the UK.

Henry Smith's Charity Grants - Ongoing

Applications will have priority if working with groups experiencing social and/or economic disadvantage or that tackles problems in areas of high deprivation. Panel meets in March, June, Sept & Dec.

Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation

Charities that are recommended to us by members & staff will be considered for up to a maximum of £2,000. Charities that apply directly to us will be considered for smaller donations up to £500.

Morrisons Foundation - ongoing

Morrisons is now supporting colleagues' fundraising challenges by match funding their efforts pound for pound - up to £1000 - two times a year. They also provide grants to registered charities.

Bupa UK Foundation

The Bupa UK Foundation welcomes expressions of interest from practical projects or initiatives which will have a direct impact on people's health and wellbeing.

Hippowaste Grants up for Grabs

The Grants up for Grabs scheme awards free waste disposal help to applications from charities, community groups and organisations from across the UK that inspire respect for the environment.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation - Ongoing

HIWCF is an independent charitable foundation dedicated to connecting donors with the local causes and charities they care about. Checkout the latest grants available each month.

Wolfson Foundation

Grants for special schools and charities providing opportunities to adults with learning or physical disabilities, mental health and older people. Normally fund only associated capital projects.

Transform Foundation - Website Grant Programme

This programme can cover the upfront costs of a new charity-specific website including strategy, design, development and training. The Website Grant is aimed at small to medium-sized charities