Grants up to £120,000 to improve the lives of People in UK
The Standard Life Foundation is inviting applications from NGOs to improve the lives of those living on low-to-middle incomes in the UK, who are struggling to make ends meet, and who are cycling in and out of hardship.
Whilst it’s vital to ensure that those facing financial hardship are supported they also believe it’s important to prevent people falling into financial difficulties. A priority for them is work focused on younger generations.
Some groups are more affected than others. For example, disabled people, black and minority ethnic communities and single parents are more likely to have low incomes and have few assets compared to others. These problems can be even greater for those facing multiple disadvantage.
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Their key objectives are to:
Fund strategic work, including policy work, campaigning and research, which has the potential to improve financial well-being at a national scale.
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There is no minimum or maximum size of grant and the amount you request should be the amount you need.
Their grants range between £10,000 and £200,000, with most between £50,000 to £120,000 in total. The amounts may be spread over one, two or three years, and sometimes for shorter periods, for example six months. For example, if you are awarded a grant of £60,000, this could be £20,000 each year over three years, or £40,000 in the first year and £20,000 in the second.
They sometimes cannot fund the full cost of a project and you may need to raise funds from others sources, especially if you are seeking a grant which is above the average amount they award. They do not consider more than one outline application from any single organisation at a time. Organisations already funded by the Foundation can make further grant applications to them.
They fund organisations undertaking charitable activities. You don’t need to be a registered charity. Organisations they fund must have a governing body with at least three non-executive directors/trustees (at least three who are not employees of the organisation or affiliated to it in any other way).
Types of organisations that can apply:
research bodies and
For more information, visit Standard Life Foundation.
For more information, visit https://www.standardlifefoundation.org.uk/en/funding