Funding info for Lambeth & Wandsworth communities
British and Foreign School Society
supports projects to improve access to education or the quality of education for vulnerable or deprived children and young people under the age of 25. More info here.
UK fund for Women and Girls, see here.
The Ironmongers’ Company wishes to support projects that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people to fulfil their potential. Grants range from a few hundred pounds up to around £10,000. The average grant awarded is £4,000. Details here.
Prince of Wales Charitable Fund
Grants of up to £5,000 are available (average award £1,500) for Heritage & Conservation, Education, Health & Wellbeing, Social Inclusion, Environment and Countryside projects. Also, small grant applications for projects which benefit diverse groups or communities in the United Kingdom. For more information see here.
British Airways Community Fund
“We want to empower communities to become more sustainable and therefore will also support projects with innovative ideas that improve social mobility, provide opportunities for education and employability in disadvantaged communities”. More details here.
Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP)
CoCreate Fund: Lambeth funding for early years projects. For more information see here.
Josephine Wolf Trust
Grants can cover anything which supports disadvantaged young people move towards their career or education goals. This can cover anything from travel costs to suits for job interviews, educational materials, training courses and more. Click here for more info.
Battersea Power Station Foundation
We fund projects that support local communities, create new opportunities and make our neighbourhoods even better places to live. For more info see here.
provides grants for educational, cultural, sporting and other projects. Details here.
The Weavers’ Company
Grants to support disadvantaged young people and young offenders. Details here.
Funding support for musicians. Details here.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available to registered charities to fund equipment and services to support disabled and disadvantaged children under the age of 13 across the UK. More info here.
Youth Music Network
Grants of £2,000-£30,000 to support music making activities for children and young people aged 0-25. More info here.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Not for profit youth organisations that support young people (aged 14 – 25) facing disadvantage. More info here.
Tesco Community Grants
Tesco Community Grants fund thousands of local community projects across the UK, helping to fight holiday hunger, tackle mental health, support young people, host community events and much more. More info here.
Low cost computers. Eligibility: any non-profit organisation, school, a charity or a community centre. More info here.
Peter Cruddas Foundation
The Foundation gives support programmes designed to help disadvantaged and disengaged young people in the age range of 16 to 30, to pursue pathways to education, training and employment with the ultimate aim of helping them to become financially independent. See more here.
Lloyds Bank Foundation
Unrestricted grant fund. More information here.
Peabody Young Leaders Programme
The Peabody Young Leaders and Ambassadors Programme supports young people to become leaders and representatives of their communities. More info here.
Government information on student funding
Wandsworth Care Alliance
have published guidance on how to write a funding application. For more info see here.
The Spear Programme
helps young people facing disadvantage into work or education. For 16-to-24-year-olds who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) who need help to kick start their career and find long-term employment. For more info see here.
Lambeth Youth Opportunities Fund
A partnership between Lambeth Council and the London Community Foundation to provide vital resources and funding to support aspirational programmes aimed at helping young people, with particular emphasis on the most vulnerable. Currently fund-raising publicly within Lambeth. See here for more information.
London Mathematical Society: Small Grants for Education
Funding for maths projects available. See details here.
The Ragdoll Foundation
Funding for projects that use the arts and media to address the concerns of children (UK). More info here.
Mayor of London: London Learning at Home
The London Curriculum has reached out across the city to bring together free learning and cultural offers that children can access from home. More info here.
Wandsworth Grant Fund
The Wandsworth Grant Fund (WGF) is a practical grants fund for ‘not-for-profit’ projects and activities benefitting residents and communities of the London Borough of Wandsworth. See here for details.
Charities are invited to apply for grants from the Morrisons Foundation: www.morrisonsfoundation.com
London Borough of Wandsworth
Coronavirus support for the voluntary and community sector, see complete listing here.
OVO Foundation’s new ‘Climate Changers’ £1m funding programme is now live. Working with a range of partners over the next three years, the programme will empower thousands of children and young people from around the UK to help fight the climate crisis. Learn more here.
Free online educational courses: www.futurelearn.com
Arts Council National Lottery project grants
More details here: www.artscouncil.org.uk/projectgrants
Grants for the Arts and strengthening civil society, see here.
National Lottery Community Fund – updated…
Hope for the Young
Grants to support young refugees and asylum seekers, see here.
Government guidance on technology support for children and schools
King’s College, London
Offering volunteers and assistance to organisations, see www.kcl.ac.uk/service/service-in-action
Educational grants from Woodward Charitable Trust
Wandsworth Big Local funding
BBC Children in Need
Back to News.