News & Opportunities Funding Trusthouse Charitable Foundation Area: UKDeadline: Rolling deadlines Trusthouse Charitable Foundation is a foundation giving grants to small, well-established organisations in the UK that address local issues in areas of urban deprivation, or in remote and fragile rural communities. They have a Small Grants (open to eligible organisations with a total annual income under £250,000) and Major Grants programme (open to eligible organisations with a total annual income up to £1m). Who/what they fund: Charitable organisations (including CICs, social enterprises, not-for-profit registered companies and voluntary organisations) in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. UK based small to medium-sized local organisations with a demonstrable track record of success working to address local issues in communities of extreme urban deprivation and deprived rural districts Revenue costs including core costs, salaries, running and project costs You can apply for a Small Grant if: Your organisation’s postcode falls within the following on the Indices of Multiple Deprivation: if you are located in an urban area, you must be in the bottom 15% most deprived areas if you are located in a rural area, you must be in the bottom 50% most deprived areas Your project has a focus on community support Your annual income does not exceed £250,000 You can secure 50% of the total project costs You can supply your most recent annual accounts You can start spending our grant within 1-2 months of receipt You are embedded in your local community The Trust runs an online application process and you can make applications at any time of the year. Small Grants will usually receive a final decision within 8 weeks of the receipt of your application. Major Grants will be decided at Grants Committee meetings throughout the year. For more information, visit the Trusthouse website.