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Opportunities: Criminal justice

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The Ashworth Charitable Trust

Grants for charities that are working in the UK and/or overseas on projects that address humanitarian causes.

Deadline: 31 August 2024

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The Swire Charitable Trust

Grants available for core costs, salaries and capital expenditure for UK registered charities that are directly addressing environmental causes, UK heritage and the challenges faced by the most marginalised and disadvantaged members of society.

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The Andrew Wainwright Reform Trust

The Trust supports campaigns to create a more just and democratic society and to redress political and social injustices.

The deadline for this opportunity was 14 May 2024

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The Triangle Trust 1949 Fund

Grants for organisations working with young women and girls aged 11-25 who have been in the criminal justice system or who are at a high risk of offending for the first time.

The deadline for this opportunity was 23 May 2024

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The A B Charitable Trust

Revenue grants are available to small to medium-sized UK registered charities supporting the most marginalised and vulnerable in UK society.

The deadline for this opportunity was 26 April 2024

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The Treebeard Trust

Grants available to UK registered charities and social enterprises working in the areas of environment, social justice and vulnerable communities.

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The Access to Justice Foundation

Grants available to registered charities based in England to support the delivery of free legal advice to marginalised people and communities across England.

The deadline for this opportunity was 15 January 2024

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The Woodward Charitable Trust

Grants, generally up to £3,000, are available for smaller registered charities in the UK working to support disadvantaged families, isolated children and young people, and prisoners and ex-offenders.

The deadline for this opportunity was 15 December 2023

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The Charles Hayward Foundation

The Charles Hayward Foundations issues grants of up to £25,000 per year over 3 years to UK registered charities working in the UK and/or overseas in the areas of Social and Criminal Justice.

The deadline for this opportunity was 2 February 2024

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The Clothworkers’ Foundation

Grants for UK registered charities and not-for-profits working in the areas of alcohol and substance misuse, disadvantaged minority communities, disadvantaged young people, domestic and sexual abuse, homelessness, older people, people with disabilities, prisoners and ex-offenders and people with a visual impairment.

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The Hedley Foundation Limited

Grants available to smaller UK registered charities working with the elderly, people with a mental or physical disability, those who are terminally ill, young people and social welfare projects, including those that benefit carers, the homeless and ex-offenders.

The deadline for this opportunity was 13 December 2023

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The Neighbourhood Watch Network

The Network’s Community Grants Fund is intended to fund new, innovative work, particularly where it relates to crime prevention and community safety.

The deadline for this opportunity was 30 November 2023