Theirworld supports a wide range of small grant projects. We know that real change only comes from the passion and talents of people. That is why we work with some of the best charity leaders in the UK - heroes engaging in some of the most innovative work to help children and young adults otherwise at risk.
Our Small Grants Programme is aimed at developing skills, improving health and education and empowering young people. We bring young charity leaders together to add to their skills in fundraising, marketing and media. From mentoring programmes to sports provision, children’s cancer care to school-based projects, we can make a little go a very long way for vulnerable children.
Since 2004, we have made small grants totalling over half a million pounds. Grants are generally made as single payments between £1,000 and £15,000 and only to registered charities or non-profits. Upon completing the application form in full, the Trustees consider applications. All grants are made at the discretion of the Trustees in line with the registered activities of the charity.
Here are some of the organisations who have received small grants:
- ActionAid – young voices from Afghanistan for Malala Day
- Bolton Lads and Girls
- Chance UK
- The Cottage
- Football Beyond Borders
- The Jennifer Brown Fife Appeal
- Liam Fairhurst Foundation
- My Voice
- Project Girl Code
- Reach Out Youth
- Special Olympics GB
All applicants must complete an application form, which should be submitted by 31st April. All applications will be acknowledged. Applications are reviewed annually by Theirworld Trustees and all successful applicants will be notified by email or in writing. Where appropriate, grants for periods of longer than one year will be considered. If awarded a grant, mid-term and final reports are required; report templates will be provided with confirmation of grants awarded. Charities who have been received a grant, or have been unsuccessful in their previous application, may not re-apply within 12 months.
To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, applicants are required to consent to the use of personal data supplied by them in the processing and review of their application. This includes transfer to and use by such individuals and organisations as the Charity deems appropriate. The Charity requires the assurance of the applicant that personal data about any other individual is supplied to the Charity with his/her consent.
The Charity does NOT fund:
- Promotion of individual religion or political parties