Sir Halley Stewart Trust’s Grant: Inviting UK Charitable Organisation

Deadline: 14 June 2018

Sir Halley Stewart Trust is seeking applications for its Grant program to support innovative and pioneering Social, Medical and Religious projects, to enable human flourishing and to prevent suffering.

The Trust funds a wide range of organisations to achieve this goal, with grants ranging from one to three years in duration and up to circa £60,000 per project.

Types of Project

The Trust funds projects that focus on the prevention (rather than the alleviation) of human suffering.  All Trust grants must fall under one or both of the following categories:

  • Innovative research projects: i.e. those which explore and test new ideas, methods, approaches, interventions and/or devices.
  • Pioneering / ground-breaking development projects: i.e. those which are original and represent the first of their kind and/or lay the foundations for further developments.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible to apply to the Sir Halley Stewart Trust, as a minimum applicants must:

  • Apply regarding a specific, innovative project for either a:
    • Main Grant (usually for salary costs up to circa £60,000, over a period of up to three years), or
    • Small Grant (for no more than £5,000 as a one-off grant).
  • Apply via a UK charitable organisation
  • Meet the criteria for the theme (or themes) under which applicants are applying: Medical, Social, and Religious.
  • Be the Principle Investigator or Lead Person Responsible for the project’s delivery.

How to Apply

Interested organisations must apply via given website.

Eligible Country: United Kingdom

For more information, please visit Sir Halley Stewart Trust’s Grants.

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