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Lloyds Banks Foundation new grants – 3rd March deadline

Lloyds Bank Foundation’s focus is to support small, local, specialist charities with an income of £25,000–£500,000 where their three-year unrestricted £75,000 grant and support to develop can make the most significant impact. They pledged to support charities that understand the complexity of the issues people face and are best placed to make a genuine difference in people’s lives.

As part of that, they have just launched their ‘Specialists Grants’. This funding looks at organisations whose primary focus is on the central theme.

These themes are:

  • Addiction
  • Asylum Seekers and Refugees
  • Care Leavers
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Homelessness
  • Offending
  • Sexual abuse and Exploitation
  • Trafficking and modern slavery

 

Those interested are required to take a short 15-question eligibility questionnaire, and if they feel you fit within the criteria, you be sent the application form.

The team and Lloyds are also running an information workshop around the grants on the 12th of January, 2023. Click the link to find out more and sign up  >> CLICK HERE <<

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Harry Cureton Fund

The fund supports healthcare in Peterborough and the area covered by Peterborough and Stamford hospitals. It supports both individuals requiring medical equipment and organisations who carry out healthcare activities.

The Harry Cureton Fund exists due to the generosity of the late Harry Cureton, who for many years lived at Eye, near Peterborough and donated a large lottery win to help local people.

Applications for both capital and revenue costs for healthcare activities are invited covering:

  • Preservation and promotion of good health and education about health issues;
  • Provision of palliative care in relation to terminal or chronic conditions;
  • Research into the causes, treatment and care for of all forms of illness (which can be undertaken anywhere in the UK);
  • Relief and treatment of all forms of physical and mental illness and rehabilitation from such illness

Applications for capital or revenue costs for healthcare activities relating to the delivery of Directed Enhanced Services (DES) will not be considered.

Applications are currently being encouraged from local charitable or community organisations that are supporting the health and wellbeing of all refugees and asylum seekers in the Peterborough area.

Criteria for grant applications:

Applications are invited by medical professionals on behalf of individuals in need, or by organisations.

Details and how to apply.

Deadline: 1 August