Aims/priorities: The Scheme supports work that increases people’s enjoyment, experience and involvement in the arts. Their grants aim to enable organisations to experiment with and develop new ways of engaging with audiences and participants. Within this theme, they will support work for people of all ages, with an emphasis on inter-generational initiatives where young people (up to 25 years old) are one of the groups involved.

Application process: Apply via online application process once all criteria checked.

Who can apply? Not-for-profit organisations, of any size, working anywhere in the UK

Grant amount: Up to £60,000

Deadlines: Applications can be submitted at any time.

Contact information: Tel: 020 7227 3500 Email: [email protected]


You can apply for between £10,000 and £60,000 for up to two years.


Aims/priorities: The overall purpose of this fund is to support arts organisations working with schools, colleges and other education environments to improve the evidence base for their work, so that they can do more to enhance the lives, development and achievements of children and young people.

In particular, we want to support high quality arts-based learning activities that bring about and evidence positive and sustained change in one or more of six priority areas

Who can apply: Applications from charities; community organisations; social enterprises and not for profit companies active in the arts. Applicants must be working in partnership with schools or other formal education settings – i.e. primary and secondary schools, further education colleges, pupil referral units and special schools.  Grant Amount: Discretionary.

Application form available from the website

Deadline: Applications can be submitted anytime.

Tel: 020 7812 3300 or email [email protected]