The Allchurches Trust makes grants to churches and Christian organisations working in some of the most deprived areas, unafraid to tackle difficult social issues and working in partnership, particularly:
- Building communities, especially where they are hurting or broken
- Helping people, especially those in particular need, to flourish
- Growing churches, spiritually and numerically
- Our grants normally fund capital projects and equipment, not salaries or running costs. We only fund projects in the UK and Ireland.
They fund projects that reflect a range of social issues affecting communities, such as homelessness and poverty, mental health and counselling, social exclusion and loneliness, ex-offender support, community health and wellbeing, and substance misuse.They do not have application deadlines, but their panel meets every six months.
They make grants to churches of all denominations, as long as they are members of Churches Together in England (CTE).
Find out more: https://www.allchurches.co.uk/what-we-fund/