Aims/priorities: The Foundation’s focus is on serving grassroots organisations and charities that provide vital help to the most vulnerable in society. The Foundation’s aim is to create maximum positive social impact at a local community level. In addition to providing immediate support through grant-giving, the Foundation looks at how to strengthen organisations and communities with campaigns & advocacy, projects and partnerships.
Tipping Point grants are intended for longer-term projects and this year the grants are focused specifically on homelessness.
Who can apply? Applications are encouraged from organisations working in partnership.
Applications will be considered from:
- Any organisation addressing the issue of homelessness. This might be tackling the root causes, tackling re-insertion in society or developing a response to the challenges which have arisen as a result of the Coronavirus crisi
- Community groups with a three months’ bank statement and social media handles. It is preferred that community groups work with another organisation. Community groups will only be able to apply for a £3,000 grant.
- Small and medium-sized user-led organisations (with an annual income of at least £75,000).
- Other medium-sized organisations (with an annual income of at least £250,000).
To be eligible, applicants must be addressing the issue of homelessness. This might be tackling the root causes, tackling re-insertion in society or developing a response to the challenges which have arisen as a result of the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis.
Grant amount: between £3,000 and £40,000
Application process: The online application form can be found on the Isla Foundation website.
Applicants can choose to submit their applications either as: an online form, an offline PDF or via a video or audio file.
Deadline: The deadline for applications is 12 November 2020 with notification of decisions on 27 November and funding to start from 15 December 2020.
Contact Information: Email: email@example.com