Grants for the All Saints Forward Project
Heritage Lottery Fund
We were delighted to receive a development grant of £36,000 in December 2011 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to move our design plans forward during 2012.
We are even more delighted to announce that our Stage 2 application to the Heritage Lottey Fund requesting a total of £748,100 was granted in March 2013.
We were incredibly lucky to have our Stage 2 grant extended to £996,000 in December 2017 to cover the cost of major unexpected repairs.
The Heritage Lottery Fund website is at www.hlf.org.uk
To go alongside the requested Heritage Lottery Fund grant, the church has raised £220,000 partnership funding. The Heritage Lottery Fund award covered Phases 1-3 of the project. For Phase 4 [extension] we need to raise much more. New sources of funding are still being sought. We are most grateful to the following donors who have offered us grants [amount in brackets]. Further details of these grant awarding bodies can be found below.
Allchurches Trust Limited [£7,500 plus a further £3,000]
Church of England, Church Buildings Council [Furnishings £8,000; Organ £2,500; Glass £1,000; Manuscripts £2,000, Painting £1,000]
Presentation of the Cooperative Membership Community Fund cheque in August 2014
FCC Communities Foundation [£73,715]
Garfield Weston Foundation [£5,000 plus a further £15,000]
Green Hall Foundation [£3,000]
The John Warren Foundation [£700]
J W Wright Trust [£1,000]
Lincolnshire Churches Trust [£2,000]
Lloyds Bank Community Fund [£1,000]
Lloyds Bank Community Fund: Vote for us photocall in September 2014
The Manifold Trust [£1,000]
Marshall's Charity [£5,000]
We are especially grateful to Marshall's Charity which agreed that this grant could be used towards the 3rd party funding of £8,250 required by WREN in order to release the grant of £75,000.
North Lincolnshire Council [£30,000 plus a further £30,000] Community Grant
Councillor Elaine Marper presents the plaque recording the Community Grant from North Lincolnshire Council to the All Saints Forward Group: February 2014
The Rank Foundation [£7,000]
The Veneziana Fund [£1,000]
Wolfson Foundation [£10,000 plus a further £5,000] via the Church Buildings Council
WREN [£75,000] via the National Churches Trust
Other Sources of grants [£20,000]
Details of grant awarding bodies which have supported our project
Aims to promote the Christian religion, to contribute to the funds of any charitable institutions or associations and to carry out any charitable purpose.
Grants will be considered in response to appeals in support of Churches, Church establishments, religious charities and charities preserving UK heritage.
The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation is an independent grant-making charity.
The Charles Hayward Foundation is a grant-making charitable trust which is located in the United Kingdom.
ChurchCare is the Church of England’s national resource, adding value from the centre to support over 16,000 parish churches and 42 cathedrals. We support all those in parishes, dioceses and cathedrals caring for their buildings today and for the enjoyment of future generations.
ChurchCare is the comprehensive source of information for everyone managing a church building.
Community Fund grants, between £100 and £2,000 are awarded to community, voluntary, or self-help groups to run projects that meet certain criteria.
Grants from this source are small but larger mounts can be loaned to suitable parishes,
interest free, with repayment spread over up to five years.
Contact: Reverend Neil Brunning, 1 Cavendish Drive, Lea Road, Gainsborough DN21 5HU
Contact: Rachel Beck, The Old Palace, Minster Yard, Lincoln, LN2 1PU [Tel: 01522 504081 email@example.com]
The FCC Community Action Fund provides grants of between £2,000 and £100,000 to not-for-profit organisations for amenity projects eligible under Object D of the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF).
The Garfield Weston Foundation is a grant-giving charity for UK registered charities. The Foundation will also consider applications from a limited number of exempt organisations - churches, educational establishments, hospitals and housing corporations.
The Green Hall Foundation is open to UK registered charities that are looking for a Grant to fund a project or initiative which they feel will benefit their charitable purposes. The principal objectives of the Foundation are to provide financial assistance to such charitable institutions as the Trustees in their absolute discretion consider worthy of support.
Under the Trust Deed of the Foundation, donations may be made for charitable purposes which are calculated to promote and further the advancement of religion or to bring about the relief of poverty and improvement of church buildings and facilities. Under the latter heading, the Trust gives grants only for repairs to the building fabric of small churches.
Contact: The John Warren Foundation, c/o Lamb & Holmes, Solicitors, West Street, Kettering, Northants, NN16 0AZ
Normally confines its grants to projects happening in the historic county of Lincolnshire.
Contact: JW Wright Trust c/o Andrew & Co, Solicitors, St Swithin’s Square, Lincoln LN2
"The funding is being made available through the Northern Lincolnshire RDPE LEADER programme (Rural Development Programme for England), which is jointly funded by Defra and the European Union"
Lincolnshire Churches Trust was founded in 1952 by Lord Ancaster and Bishop Harland to preserve and protect our churches, it was then given the title of Lincolnshire Old Churches Trust and remained so until Autumn 2008. It is non-denominational, and will help any church or chapel which is over 100 years old.
Lloyds Bank plc is running a community fund promotion in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands as part of its responsible business programme. Organisations, that make local communities better for the people who live and work in them, may be nominated to apply for the chance to win an award of £3000, £2000, £1000 or £500. Award applications will be subject to a short-listing process and the final stage in selecting Organisations for an award will be a public voting process. Voting will take place between 3 September 2014 and 10 October 2014. During this period votes can be made at Lloyds Bank branches, online and by SMS.
After 31 January 2013 the Trustees will no longer consider unsolicited applications from third parties.
Contact: Helen Niven, Secretary, 51 Hanover Gardens, London, SE11 5TN
The Charity makes grants for the two following principal areas of Christian work:
Parsonages: We make grants for the support of parsonages to dioceses of the Church of England and the Church in Wales.
Churches: We make restoration and repair grants to Anglican churches in Kent, Surrey and Lincolnshire as the counties were defined in 1855.
North Lincolnshire Council is the Unitary Authority for the northern part of Lincolnshire and serves the town of Scunthorpe and a large surrounding rural area.
The Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) is in addition to our local Keadby Wind Farm Fund and supports strategic projects across North Lincolnshire. It allows the benefits of the renewable energy development to be accessible to a wider area and is directed to projects that can achieve significant impact in local communities.
The Rank Foundation is a grant-giving charitable trust, restricted to causes in the UK which concentrates on encouraging and developing leadership amongst young people, supporting disadvantaged people and those isolated in the community and promoting the understanding of the values, traditions and practices of the Christian faith.
For the preservation, restoration, repair and maintenance of buildings in the United Kingdom originally constructed before 1750; the fixtures and fittings of such buildings; restoration and purchase of works of art created before 1750.
The Veneziana Fund receives funds from the sale of the Pizza Veneziana at restaurants belonging to Pizza Express and the Peter Boizot Group.
Winterton Town Council serves its community of around five thousand inhabitants and lies about 5 miles north-east of Scunthorpe in North Lincolnshire.
The Wolfson Foundation is a charity that awards grants to support and promote excellence in the fields of science and medicine, health, education, and the arts and humanities.
WREN is a not-for-profit business that helps benefit the lives of people who live close to landfill sites by awarding grants for community, conservation and heritage projects.