The Lloyds Bank Foundation is offering grants of up to 45K or 100K to organisations with a proven track record of helping people achieve Positive Change.
Charities can apply if they have an annual turnover of between 25K and 1M pounds per annum, and have worked holistically with individuals to achieve Person Centred Support.
Charities can use this funding for a 3 year period which can cover core operating costs.
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The Foundation Priorities can be viewed below:
Our ambition is to support small and medium-sized charities over the longer term. This gives the charities we partner with greater flexibility over how they use those resources, allows them to build an in-depth relationship with us and take advantage of the wide range of development support we offer.
We recognise that there are many charities out there who would like and would benefit from our support but, like any funder, we have a limit to the money we have available. In fact, in 2020, we will only be able to make around 170 new grants to small charities in England and Wales, half of which will be for £100,000 over three years, and the other half for £45,000 over three years.
Our new funding process considers local need, the prevalence of eligible small and medium sized charities, the nature of the region and the balance of our portfolio to date. The size of grant a charity can apply for depends on this information, which we review and update every six months and informs our online eligibility checker.
We work with hundreds of small and local charities helping people dealing with complex social issues that don’t have simple solutions. Difficulties such as poor mental health, homelessness and substance abuse. We fund charities helping people whose lives are significantly affected by:
- Domestic and sexual abuse
- Sexual exploitation
- Mental health
- Homelessness and vulnerably housed
- Offending, prison or community service
- Care leavers
- Learning disabilities
- Addiction or dependency on alcohol, drugs, substances and/or gambling
- Trafficking and modern slavery
- Young parents
- Asylum seekers and refugees.
If you require support or assistance with your funding application please contact:
For organisations operating in Huntingdonshire and East Cambridgeshire – firstname.lastname@example.org
For organisations operating in Cambridge, South Cambridgeshire or Fenland – Alan@cambridgecvs.org.uk