Didymus funding for social inclusion – rolling deadline

Article date
23 November 2020
Primary interest
Voluntary sector

Didymus seeks to help and encourage smaller charities who are working in the areas of social inclusion, education, the arts, equality and diversity and religious understanding.

Their aim in all cases is to provide appropriate resources to these charities so that the people they are supporting may flourish. They are particularly committed to supporting those who are have been disadvantaged for whatever reason, and they do this through funding initiatives which build hope and enrichment of life. They aim to enable charities to run projects which they could not otherwise undertake which will help to transform the lives of those they support.

Who can apply?

A UK registered charity that delivers activities or services that meets one of their five goals (see below) applying for £5000 or less.

The charity’s five goals are:
  • To encourage social inclusion
  • To advance education
  • To develop the arts
  • To advance equality and diversity by creating opportunities for women
  • To promote religious understanding.
Is there a deadline?

Applications for funding may be made at any time.  However, applications received within six weeks of a trustee meeting will be considered at the following meeting. Meetings are usually held as follows:

  • Meeting in February (deadline for applications, noon on 31 December)
  • Meeting in June (deadline for applications, noon on 30 April)
  • Meeting in October (deadline for applications, noon on 31 August)
Further information and how to apply.