Didymus Grant Program in the UK
The Didymus Grant program is seeking applications to help and encourage smaller charities who are working in the areas of social inclusion, education, the arts, equality and diversity and religious understanding.
The aim in all cases is to provide appropriate resources to these charities so that the people they are supporting may flourish.
They are particularly committed to supporting those who are have been disadvantaged for whatever reason, and they do this through funding initiatives which build hope and enrichment of life.
Through the grant-making programme, they aim to support smaller charities where our grants can make the most difference.
They do this by enabling charities to run projects which they could not otherwise undertake which will help to transform the lives of those they support.
They also provide resources for existing projects of smaller charities in the areas outlined above to ensure their long-term viability. They review our grant-making priorities each year in the light of current needs.
Didymus has five goals:
To encourage social inclusion
To advance education
To develop the arts
To advance equality and diversity by creating opportunities for women
To promote religious understanding.
Didymus makes grants of up to £5000.
To be eligible to apply for a grant from Didymus, you must be:
A UK registered charity
Applying for work based in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Africa or Central and South America
Applying for work that fulfils ones of their five goals
Applying for £5,000 or less
Have an annual income of between £20,000 and £1,000,000
Have lodged two sets of accounts with the Charity Commission.
For more information, visit https://www.didymus-charity.org.uk/application-guidelines/