The James Tudor Foundation was established with the aim to provide relief of human sickness, with the preference to supporting small and medium sized charities.
Grants are offered in the areas of:
- Palliative care
- Medical research
- Health education, awards and scholarship
- The direct relief of sickness
- Overseas work, for the relief of sickness
In order to be eligible for a grant, applicants must be registered charities that have been registered with the charity commission for a minimum of two years.
The Foundation generally offers one-year grants that are for project costs and not capital items. Equipment costs are sometimes covered, however you should contact the Foundation prior to applying for these costs. They also advice that applications should be for less than £10,000, however they do make a small number of grants above this level.
More information is offered in the detailed Guidelines document which can be found on their website.
In order to apply you can utilise the Foundation’s online eligibility checker. If eligible there is a two stage application process consisting of a short one-page summary form, prior to a more detailed full application form by invite only.