Paul Hamlyn Foundation -- Open Grants Scheme

Debbie Barnes
Thursday, February 17, 2011

Funding for groups that help marginalised young people to integrate

Funding There is no maximum or minimum figure. Groups are told to ask for what they need, but be aware that the foundation rarely makes grants of 100 per cent of the costs of a project.

Funder The foundation was created by the publisher and philanthropist Paul Hamlyn and aims to help integrate marginalised young people within the UK.

Aim The foundation runs three open grants schemes, on the themes of arts, education and learning, and social justice.

Who can apply? Charities and formally constituted not-for-profit organisations.

Contact

Telephone : 020 7812 3300
Email : information@phf.org.uk

www.phf.org.uk

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