The Tudor Trust

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With thanks to Jo Griffiths at NDVS for providing this information

Tudor Trust

The Trust is a responsive grant maker that particularly wants to help smaller, community-led organisations working to high standards that work directly with people who are at the margins of society i.e. organisations that support positive changes in people’s lives and in their communities.

The Trust aims to provide flexible funding that is responsive to the needs identified by organisations themselves; grants take the form of core funding i.e. including salaries, overheads and day-to-day running costs. Unrestricted funding is occasionally awarded to further an organisation’s charitable objectives.

The Trust is more likely to fund organisations with an annual income of less than £1 million; in practice around 77% of grants awarded went to groups with an annual income of less than £500,000.
There is no maximum or minimum grant, however, grants of less than £10,000 are rare. Grants can cover one, two or three years work. It’s a two-stage process with funding requirements discussed in more detail in stage two.

See the Tudor Trust website for more details.

Grants and Fund Raising
Webpage icon New Community Grants from Devon County Council
Webpage icon Crowd Funding
Webpage icon Ouseley Trust
Webpage icon Reaching Communities - Big Lottery Fund
Webpage icon Greggs Foundation
Webpage icon Devon County Council
Webpage icon The John and Diana Kemp-Welch Charitable Trust
Webpage icon Councils for Voluntary Service