Grants are available over a number of years to support registered charities with an annual income of between £25,000 and £1 million. Your charity must work with people aged 17 and over, who are facing the complex social issues listed in Lloyds priorities.
Lloyds work with hundreds of small and local charities helping people dealing with complex social issues that don’t have simple solutions. Difficulties such as poor mental health, homelessness and substance abuse. They fund charities helping people whose lives are significantly affected by:
- Domestic and sexual abuse
- Sexual exploitation
- Mental health
- Homelessness and vulnerably housed
- Offending, prison or community service
- Care leavers
- Learning disabilities
- Addiction or dependency on alcohol, drugs, substances and/or gambling
- Trafficking and modern slavery
- Young parents
- Asylum seekers and refugees
Your charity must also have been delivering direct services for at least one year.