Listed here are funding initiatives that schools can access for work on their grounds or for educational projects. The majority of these funders will also provide money for projects that are not in schools, as long as they fall within the remit of their funding priorities.
The information includes the name of the funder, name of the grants programme (where applicable), grant details and contact details for the funder. Contact details are those that were provided by the funder and therefore where there is only a telephone number, or only an address, this is the method by which they must be contacted. They are listed in alphabetical order, according to the name of the funder.*
Grant details are correct at the time of collation, apologies for any changes that have occurred in the interim.
*MEEN does not take any responsibility for the ethical position of these funders.
21 records have been found.
Lancashire Environmental Fund
The Lancashire Environmental Fund (LEF) is committed to supporting local, community based initiatives in Lancashire.Find out more...
Partnership Grants, The Royal Society
This scheme helps schools to run exciting and innovative projects in partnership with a professional scientist or engineer.Find out more...
This Foundation wants to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged people.Find out more...
The Ernest Cook Trust
The Ernest Cook Trust gives grants to encourage young peopleâ€™s interest in the countryside and the environment.Find out more...
The Prince's Trust
The Trust has Development Awards to help tackle financial barriers preventing young people from accessing education, training or employment.Find out more...
The Steel Charitable Trust
This trust makes grants to UK charities mainly, but not entirely, in the Bedfordshire area.Find out more...
Tree Council (The)
The Tree Council have two grant programmes for tree planting - Trees for Schools and Community Trees.Find out more...
The Trust donates a range of free tree packs and help to schools, youth groups and communities.Find out more...
The Alpkit Foundation
Alpkit, the Nottingham-based Alpine adventure sports brand retailer, has set up a new charity to help schools, expedition leaders and conservation bodies.Find out more...
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