Your browser is no longer supported. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

The Lloyd’s Register Foundation

Revenue grants of up to £10,000 are available for charitable organisations and universities in and outside the UK for projects that aim to make the world a safer place, particularly where this relates to transport and engineering research and education.

Who can apply: charitable organisations and universities in the UK and outside the UK.

Key Words: Research, Learning, Knowledge Exchange, Transport, Engineering, Design, Manufacturing, Construction, Public Education, Overseas, United Kingdom.

The Lloyd’s Register Foundation’s Small Grant programme provides revenue grants of up to £10,000 to charitable organisations and universities inside and outside the United Kingdom for projects that have the overarching aim of making the world a safer place, by:

  1. Initiating, building and/or consolidating partnerships with a range of organisations in relevant sectors (for example, policy, practitioner, industrial, commercial and community), and/or
  2. Testing out ideas through pilot studies, proof of concept projects or activities targeting policy, business and the Third Sector.

The Foundation’s Small Grants programme will consider applications that:

  • Relate to its charitable mission of:
    (a) Securing, for the benefit of the community, high technical standards of design, manufacture, construction, maintenance, operation and performance for the purpose of enhancing the safety of life and property, at sea, and on land and in the air, and
    (b) The advancement of public education including within the transportation industries and any other engineering and technological disciplines.
  • Have the potential to lead on to future collaborations, clear knowledge exchange or to create/accelerate impact, and
  • Projects or activities lasting no more than 12 months.