Walcot Foundation – New Funding Round opens March 18

16 March 2019

Written by: The Walcot Foundation

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The Walcot Foundation offers grants to organisations and schools for projects helping people in Lambeth from low-income households. Contact them from 18 March if you’re interested.

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Walcot Foundation – New Funding Round opens March 18

The Walcot Foundation offer revenue grants up to £25,000 per year for up to three years for organisations working with low-income Lambeth residents.  The current round of grant applications opens Monday 18 March.

From disadvantaged to self-sufficient

Grants to organisations, projects and schools are for projects that help people in Lambeth move from disadvantaged to self-sufficient, as shown in the chart  If you’re a school or organisation with a project that’s  focused on helping people in Lambeth with removing barriers in education, maximising learning, building employability (especially youth unemployment or in-work poverty) or developing money sense, you can qualify for help. These are the Foundation’s Governor Priorities.

Focus on Knight’s Hill and Gipsy Hill

We’re particularly interested in organisations and projects based in Knights Hill and Gipsy Hill, which are currently under-represented.


For more information

For more about the Walcot Foundation and projects they support (eg Lambeth Larder, campaigning to end high-cost credit, a new film about ending the shame of poverty), see their information pages

  • 127 Kennington Road London SE11 6SF  Tel: 020 7735 1925
  • Monday-Friday 0900-1700 – Visitors by appointment only please