Youth Opportunities – This is the largest category and aims to support charities that help disadvantaged children and young people to adopt a more positive attitude to their lives, raise their aspirations and realise their full potential. A wide range of charities will be supported working in this area, including those providing life and work skills for the disadvantaged through training, contact with employers and apprenticeships.
General Welfare – The Trust will support a wide range of activities that benefit disadvantaged people and communities.
Conservation – The Trust is keen to support the general conservation and protection of wildlife habitats within the United Kingdom and also encourages projects concerning the protection and sympathetic management of trees and native woodlands, as well as projects with a focus on coastal and marine protection. Projects concerned with single species are rarely considered.
Preservation – The Trust encourages the development of craftsmanship in the traditional techniques of repair and restoration and has a strong interest in in heritage skills training, particularly where it may benefit a disadvantaged group.
Peace and Humanitarian Support – This is a restricted category concerned with peace intervention and charities that provide support facilities or expertise to organisations engaged in disaster relief.
Who can apply? UK registered charities including those registered as a company limited by guarantee and CIOs (charitable incorporated organisations). Trustees prefer to support medium sized charities (with an income of £200,000 – £5 million).
Grant amount: Single year grants are normally in the range of £25,000 – £35,000
Application process: First you will need to complete an eligibility quiz, you will only be able to submit an application if the eligibility quiz indicates that your organisation is eligible.
Deadline: There are no deadlines for submission. Applications will be received at all times
Contact information: Tel: 020 7495 7852
Website address: www.dulverton.org