Grants of up to £20,000 for Community Development in the UK
The Bernard Sunley Foundation has announced a grant program that supports applications for education and learning centres at arts organisations where there is a wide community benefit and involvement.
The work of the Foundation continues today with the same energy and commitment under the chairmanship of John Sunley’s daughter, and Bernard Sunley’s granddaughter, Anabel Knight.
She is supported by five trustees, the majority of whom are family members, who are all knowledgeable in their fields and dedicated to public service.
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They give grants towards the building or refurbishment of scout huts, village halls, community centres, youth clubs, boxing clubs, outdoor activity centres, farm and outdoor learning centres, sports centres and pavilions, playing fields and playgrounds. They also fund the purchase of new minibuses that assist those most in need in their local communities.
The Foundation supports improvements and new facilities at special needs schools and the purchase of new, adapted minibuses that benefit children with special needs and disabilities. They also award grants to educational nature centres and to new education and learning centres at museums, galleries and other arts organisations.
The Foundation supports building and refurbishment projects, specialist new transport and the creation of outdoor or recreational spaces for care homes, hospices, day centres and other facilities that provide relief and sanctuary for patients, their families and those with special needs. The emphasis is on helping charities that are providing an excellent standard of care and support within their communities.
They support projects for veterans, the elderly, ex-offenders and those in prison and schemes that enable people with mental and physical disabilities to live fuller lives in the community.
They offer three levels of grants. These are large grants of £20,000 and above, medium grants of up to £20,000 and small grants of £5,000 and under.
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Capital projects which include new buildings, extensions, refurbishments and recreational spaces.
New minibuses that provide a vital service to those most in need in their local community.
Churches and other places of worship with a strong, secular community focus.
Charities or CIOs (Charitable Incorporated Organisations) registered in England and Wales.
Certain organisations with ‘exempt’ status which are places of worship, specialist schools, scout and guide groups, hospices, museums, galleries, heritage centres, housing associations and community benefit societies.
They support charities registered in England and Wales, CIOs (Charitable Incorporated Organisations) working in England and Wales and certain organisations with ‘exempt’ status which are places of worship, specialist schools, scout and guide groups, hospices, museums, galleries, heritage centres, housing associations and community benefit societies.
For more information, visit https://bernardsunley.org/grants/faq#