Championing the Disadvantaged - The Peter Cruddas Foundation24-Jul-2018
The Peter Cruddas Foundation is again making a call for applications to provide funding for charities working to champion the disadvantaged and disengaged
The Peter Cruddas Foundation work to benefit less fortunate and isolated young people in society – they work to make sure their funding extends to those most in need.
They are able to do this through making grants for charitable work. They intend to build relationships with their supported organisations and nurture collaboration whenever and wherever they can.
To those they cannot help financially, they make an effort to find other ways to help; through supportive counselling, business planning or networking.
Grants are available to registered charities that work to benefit disadvantaged and disengaged young people (aged between 14-30 years old) in England towards pathways into education, training and employment through charitable organisations.
The Foundation are especially interested in hearing from projects being carried out by UK registered charitable organisations, in England and Wales only, for the benefit of such people (at the time of writing, this does not include CIC's or Social Enterprises).
The application deadline for application is 1st September 2018, with further dates to be announced in later seasons.