Funding to Develop the Sustainability of Organisations Supporting Unpaid Carers (UK)

Not for profit organisations working to support unpaid carers have the opportunity to apply for grants from £10,000 up to £80,000 to help them to implement a step change in their development. The aim is to provide core funding to support organisations to build increased sustainability for the future. Applicants must be a registered charity, not-for-profit social enterprise or community interest company working within the UK with a UK office.

This Development Grant is aimed at strengthening an organisation as a whole rather than just one specific project by providing core funding to implement a step change in development and therefore build increased sustainability for the future. During this funding round, the Trust will provide grants to not for profit organisations working with unpaid carers.

The Trust awards grants to help develop sustainable income sources, so that when the grant comes to end, the applicant organisation’s income will not be reduced. Applicants must be a registered charity, not-for-profit social enterprise or community interest company working within the UK with a UK office.

Grants are available from £10,000 up to £80,000 for a duration of 6 months to 3 years. The amount of funding requested must be proportional to the development that will be undertaken. A maximum of £30,000 per year or £2,500 per month for smaller developments can be requested.

Grants can cover any costs incurred by the applicant in undertaking a development to increase resilience.

Useful Links:

FAQs

Grant Criteria

Grants Awarded in 2018

Grants Awarded in 2017

https://www.triangletrust.org.uk/

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