Capital and revenue grants up to £10,000 are available to UK registered charities, Charitable Incorporated Organisations, Community Interest Companies, hospices and Parent Teacher Associations for projects in the areas of gardening and plant sciences, art history and fine art.
Who can apply: UK registered charities, Community Interest Companies (CICs), Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs), hospices and Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs).
Key words: Capital, Revenue, Horticulture, Plant Sciences, Gardens, Hospices, Fine Arts, Arts History, United Kingdom.
The Finnis Scott Foundation provides small grants (nominally up to £10,000, but in practice much smaller) to UK registered charities working in the areas of horticulture and plant sciences as well as art history and fine art. Preference is given to smaller charities where the grant is likely to have a significant impact.
Applicants applying for gardens or hospices are likely to be looked at more favourably. Please note that the Foundation is unlikely to fund recently formed organisations that have not yet established a track record, or have yet to produce a set of annual accounts.