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About ChurchCare

A lot can be achieved through recycling and volunteer help, but often money is needed to make a project happen. Fund-raising, like charity, begins at home, but often more money is required. There are a large numbers of trusts and foundations who may provide help. 

However, it is vital to research individual trusts before making an application. Sending to an inappropriate trust is simply a waste of time.  Many have websites and so it is easy to check whether your needs really fit their criteria.  It will mean you are less likely to get a disappointing response and if you do reassess your project/proposal and keep trying.

Whether you are planning a wildlife garden, a wood pellet burner, solar panels or some conservation work, there is likely to be a grant that you can apply for.

Check this list to see organisations offering grants by category.

This is a summary of organisations providing grants:

Grants list - summary

For a more comprehensive list, including an overview of the types of grant:

Grants List

If your project involves church building conservation and extended use have a look here.

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Upcoming Events

ASSOCIATION OF FESTIVAL CHURCHES ANNUAL GATHERING

The Association of Festival Churches working with the Diocese of Oxford invites you to its annual gathering.

This will be an opportunity to hear about the work of Festival churches nationally, and to think through some of the issues facing the rural church and the future of rural buildings.

We shall be meeting in the newly refurbished and reordered church of St Mary Magdalene Woodstock on November 30th.

You do not need to be a member of the AFC to attend. It is open to all comers.

Tickets cost £15 plus eventbrite booking fee (once booked not refundable) to include lunch. An invoice can be requested but it is payable by November 1st please.

There is an opportunity to walk in Blenheim Palace Park at lunchtime at no cost (by kind permission of the Operations Director).

For further details and to book click here.

DAC CLOCK ADVISORS' DAY 2017

Monday 27 November 2017 - Church House, London