Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales - Grants Programme
Wed 11 Dec 2019
Core funding grants are available to support small and medium-sized local charities with a proven track record of helping people aged 17 years and older in England and Wales achieve positive change in one or more of the complex social issues as specified by the Foundation.
The Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, an independent charitable trust funded by the profits of Lloyds Banking Group, re-launched their grants programme in December 2019 with a simpler, more flexible and transparent approach. Changes to the Foundation’s grant-making processes are part of its Reaching Further strategy for 2018-2022.
The Foundation partners with small and local charities who help people overcome complex social issues. Through long-term funding, developmental support and influencing policy and practice, the Foundation helps small charities make life-changing impact.
Long-term funding, including core costs and tailored development support, is available to registered charities that have a track record of working to help people overcome the following issues:
- Addiction and dependency
- Asylum seekers and refugees
- Domestic abuse
- Care leavers
- Homeless and vulnerably housed
- Learning disabilities
- Sexual abuse and exploitation
- Offending, prison or community service
- Mental health
- Trafficking and modern slavery
- Young parents
A full explanation of each social issue can be found in the guidelines which are published on the Foundation's website https://www.lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk/