The Leathersellers

Leathersellers’ Foundation

Gemma Colley

Leathersellers’ Foundation

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The Leathersellers’ Foundation provides a wide range of funding to UK registered Charities, Educational Institutions and University Students. In 2021-22, we awarded £3,339,511 in charitable and educational grants. We expect to spend a similar amount on deserving causes in 2022-23.

We are strongly committed to transparency, working with 360Giving to publish information about our Main and Small Grants. For more information and details of these grants given from 2019 onward, please click here.

Grants are available to support the work of registered charities in the UK who are operating in the UK in an area of deprivation. Previous grants have been made in the following areas:

• Advice and support
• Criminal Justice and Rehabilitation
• Education
• Disability
• Medicine and Health
Creative Arts
• Homelessness
Heritage and the environment
• Recreational
• Services Support and Rehabilitation

For more information and how to apply, visit The Foundation – The Leathersellers’ Company

Fee: £25,000 for main grants and £5,000 for small grants

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