Garfield Weston Foundation - Funding & Grants

About

The Garfield Weston Foundation provides funding and grant support for a wide range of charities including welfare, youth, community, environment, education, health, arts, heritage and faith. The foundation maintains an open application process throughout the year, welcoming submissions from organisations that may not have applied previously. The foundation emphasizes its readiness to consider applications for unrestricted funds, underscoring its commitment to flexibility and responsiveness. If a charitable organisation expresses its requirements, the foundation pledges to listen and, if possible, provide the necessary support through a grant, making the process straightforward and accessible.

Types of grants offered:
- Capital projects (ie: building works, repairs, and equipment)
- Operating/Core costs (ie: general costs of running your organisation)
- Projects/specific activity (ie: specific project or area of work with a defined scope of work & timescale)

About Garfield Weston Foundation

The Garfield Weston Foundation operates as a grant-making organisation established by a family, providing financial assistance to a diverse range of charities throughout the United Kingdom. Annually, the foundation allocates approximately £90 million to support charitable initiatives. The foundation's primary objective is to facilitate the essential work of charities across the UK, emphasizing the importance of collaborative efforts.

Find out more

Garfield Weston Foundation

Telephone
020 7399 6565

Email
admin@garfieldweston.org

Website
https://garfieldweston.org/

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Location

Weston Centre
10 Grosvenor Street
London
W1K 4QY

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