Grants are available for strategic work, including policy work, campaigning and research, which has the potential to improve ﬁnancial wellbeing at a national scale in the UK, especially for those on low-to-middle incomes.
There is no minimum or maximum size of grant, but typically grants range between £10,000 and £200,000, with most being between £50,000 and £120,000 in total.
The funding is intended for strategic work, including policy work, campaigning and research, which has the potential to improve ﬁnancial wellbeing at a national scale. The Foundation is interested in funding projects that examine and promote measures to:
- Increase incomes for those on low-to-middle incomes.
- Ensure people have an adequate safety net, building savings and assets.
- Reduce the cost of living, making sure those on lower incomes are not paying more.
- Address issues related to spending and borrowing, particularly where it becomes problematic.
Organisations that are undertaking charitable activities can apply and the Foundation welcomes applications from a wide range of organisations, including registered charities, voluntary organisations, think tanks, campaigning groups, research bodies and universities.
Applications must be submitted by the deadline of 1pm on 4 February 2022.