Wolfson Foundation – Sustainability Fund

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Aims/priorities: Grants for previous Wolfson grant holders to undertake basic refurbishment and maintenance works that have a clear emphasis on enhancing the sustainability of buildings, improving energy efficiency and reducing ongoing cost.

Who can apply? 

All applicants must have been awarded a capital grant from the Wolfson Foundation before January 2020.

Applications will be accepted from

  • Charities working with disability, mental health or older people.
  • Hospices and palliative care organisations.
  • Historic buildings and landscapes.
  • Libraries and archives.
  • Museums and galleries.
  • Performing arts organisations.

Grant amount: Grants will be awarded in the range of £10,000 to £50,000 with up to 100% of funding offered, including irrecoverable VAT. The total project cost should be between £10,000 and £75,000

Application process: A free webinar will be held on 5 April 2022 (12:45 to 13:30) during which the fund will be introduced and questions about the application and assessment process will be answered by the Wolfson Foundation team. Registration is required and can be done through the Wolfson Foundation website.

There is a one-stage application process. The Foundation aims to make decisions quickly for this fund.

Applications are to be made online via the Wolfson Foundation grant application portal.

Deadline: There will be two funding rounds:

  • Round 1 opens to applications on 30 March 2022 with a deadline of 25 April 2022 (17:00). The funding decision will be no later than 15 June 2022
  • Round 2 opens to applications 30 September 2022 with a deadline of 25 October 2022 (17:00). The funding decision will be no later than 15 December 2022.

Contact Information

Grants Team
Wolfson Foundation
8 Queen Anne Street
Email: grants@wolfson.org.uk

Website addresshttps://www.wolfson.org.uk/funding/funding-for-places/sustainability-fund

over £25,000
Registered Charity
Funding Theme: 
Disabled People
Health and Wellbeing
Older People
Unpublish Date: 
Tuesday, 25 October, 2022