The John Warren Foundation gives grants to charitable organisations undertaking restoration projects on small churches in Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire. The scheme is intended to support churches in undertaking building repairs, or religious advancement.
The scheme is also intended to support activities that relieve poverty or disadvantage.
The application process is ongoing and interested applicants may apply at any time.
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The Francis Coales Charitable Foundation provides grants for the structural repair of buildings built before 1875 in the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire. Visit website >
The Phillips Charitable Trust has a preference for Midlands projects, esp. Northamptonshire. Grants have been given to local projects relating to heritage. Contact:
Trustee, Mr M J Percival, Oxford House, Cliftonville, Northampton NN1 5PN.
Telephone: 01604 230400. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eric Stanton Trust funds environment/conservation/heritage. Visit website >
The Constance Travis Charitable Trust supports Northamptonshire projects, including heritage. Visit website >
The Benham Charitable Settlement gives small grants to registered charities working in Northamptonshire for general charitable purposes, education and training, the advancement of health or saving of lives, disability, religious activities, environment, conservation and heritage. Special emphasis is placed upon those churches and charitable organisations within the County of Northamptonshire, where the Trust was founded.
Application is by letter. Applicants will be notified if successful. Unsuccessful applicants will not be notified. The trustees meet formally twice a year and informally meet whenever necessary to consider new grant applications. To apply, contact:
The Secretary, The Benham Charitable Settlement, 1 Virginia Drive, Virginia Water, Surrey
The Timson Family Charitable Trust supports Baptist churches and organisations in Northamptonshire. Grants given in the past range from £50 to £500 and are usually given annually. It is likely that many of the grants are recurrent and particular appeals from new organisations are rare.
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Managed by The Heritage Alliance and the Architectural Heritage Fund, the Heritage Funding Directory is a free, easy-to-use guide to financial and other support for anyone undertaking UK related heritage projects. Visit website >
The Diocese of Peterborough also has a dedicated grants page with a list of possible funders. Visit website >
Contact Jon Breckon, Historic Churches Support Officer for the Diocese of Peterborough, for further advice and guidance: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07732 894457.