Standard Life Foundation

9th May 2019

They fund strategic work including research, policy work and campaigning, which addresses structural issues and individual practice relating to financial wellbeing.Grants are mostly around £50,000 to £200,000, over one to thee years.

They support work which examines and promotes measures to:

  • Increase incomes for those on low-to-middle incomes.
  • Ensure people have an adequate safety net, building savings and assets.
  • Reduce the cost of living, making sure those on lower incomes are not paying more.
  • Address issues related to spending and borrowing, particularly where it becomes problematic.

Next deadline is 3rd June 2019, 1pm. Full details here

Source: SYFAB