- Alpkit – prioritising funds for projects that demonstrate an immediate impact on those affected. £500 grants.
- #ArtInAid – for every acquisitions of artworks, Le Dame Art Gallery will donate 30% on sales to a charity of your choice.
- Asda – £5m to its partners FareShare and the Trussell Trust. This will provide over 4 million meals to families in poverty, as well as more than 3000 charities access to free food over the next 3 months.
- Big Society Capital – £100m emergency loan fund for charities.
- Cadent Foundation – Midlands, North West England, South Yorkshire, East of England and North London. Committed £240k to the Trussell Trust, ready to support other worthy causes.
- CAF Coronavirus Emergency Fund – organisations with income of £1m or less, up to £10k to support day-to-day activities, or your emergency response activities.
- Clothworkers Foundation – small capital grants of up to £5,000 for essential capital items to adapt or increase services. Not open to charities whose beneficiaries are based in London. London initiative to be announced soon. 3 April.
- Co-op – £1.5 million of essential food products to FareShare’s 23 regional centres, and then supplied to a network of local community groups across the country.
- Crisis – local groups financially affected by additional demands on their resources and have expanded their provision for those experiencing homelessness: £5k short-term response, £50k longer-term.
10. East Suffolk Coronavirus (COVID-19) Community Funds – £50 and £2,500, larger requests under exceptional circumstances.
11. Greggs Foundation – funding for emergency food parcels, hardship payments and other support to schools and community hubs.
12. Halifax Foundation – prioritising Covid-19 related grant applications, will now consider constituted groups not yet registered as a charity.
13. Indigo Trust – has donated £1m to the Trussell Trust for food banks.
14. John Lewis & Waitrose – £1m Community Support Fund distributed by Waitrose shops to local communities, and a support fund to aid staff facing additional costs.
15. Johnson Foundation – social isolation, deprivation, healthcare and education/young people. Must be registered charity, email Kate Eugeni – Kate@JohnsonFoundation.co.uk.
16. Leathersellers Company – UK registered charities supporting the homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless, provision of food and essential supplies, victims of domestic violence, nursing care to vulnerable patients.
17. Martin Lewis – £1m, £5k to £20k to small registered UK charities for UK coronavirus-related poverty relief projects. Currently closed to new applications.