The Hospital Saturday Fund

Summary

The fund will consider giving grants towards medical capital projects, medical care or research and in support of medical training. It will also consider grants for running costs, for example grants towards medical capital projects, medical care or research and in support of medical training. The Hospital Saturday Fund will also consider grants for running costs.


Fund details

Status:
Open
Type:
Grant
Source:
Trust/Foundation
When to apply:
The next standard grants deadline is 16 July 2018 and the last large grants deadline was 18 June 2018. The are four grant making meeting per year. The remaining deadlines in 2018 are : GMC 5 November 2018 Standard Grants of £2,000 or €2,700 – deadline 8 October 2018 Large Grants of up to max £10,000 or €13,500 – deadline 10 September 2018 GMC January 2019 (dates for 2019 to be confirmed in December 2018) Standard Grants of £2,000 or €2,700 – deadline 4 January 2019 Large Grants of up to max £10,000 or €13,500 – deadline 1 December 2018
Next deadline:
16 Jul 2018
Charities only:
Yes
Website:
http://www.hospitalsaturdayfund.org/
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
0207 202 1365
How to apply
Application form and guidance on the website.
Exclusions
This fund lists a large number of exclusions: check the website for details.

Fund award sizes

Minimum:
£500
Maximum:
£10,000
Average:
£2,995
Annually awarded:
£116,831
Notes on award amounts:
Standard grants are up to £2000 and large grants up to £10,000.

Organisation

Name:
The Hospital Saturday Fund
Charity number:
1123381
Website:
http://www.hospitalsaturdayfund.org/
Email:
No funder email address
Phone:
0207 202 1365
Address:
24 Upper Ground, , London, SE1 9PD

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Geographical Areas

  • UK

Activities

  • Education and Training
  • Health and social care
  • Health education & promotion
  • Medical care
  • Mental health care
  • Research
  • Respite/ holidays
  • Scientific Activities
  • Social care

Beneficiaries

  • People affected by ill-health
  • People with disabilities
  • People with physical disabilities