Supporting over 16,000 cathedral and church buildings of The Church of England
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  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.

About ChurchCare

In these pages you will find information on our various grants programmes that support parishes in the conservation and repair of historic church buildings and their various contents. We also list other sources of funding to help your fundraising.

We regret that we are unable to offer grants for heating, community use or environmental projects at this time. Click here to find your DAC or Diocesan Environment Officer and ask for recommendations for specific funding bodies, and find more information on other sources of funding here. For Green grant ideas, click here to see our Shrinking the Footprint campaign.

Click here for our report of grants awarded in 2014

Click here for our report of grants awarded in 2013

Click here for our report of grants awarded in 2012.

Click here for our report of grants awarded in 2011.

Click here for report of grants awarded in 2010.

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Upcoming Events

CHURCHES: HISTORY, SIGNIFICANCE AND USE

Thursday 19 – Friday 20 May 2016, Oxford

CATHEDRAL CHAPTER TRAINING

2016 dates: 14 May (London), 11-12 October (London)

MANAGING MAJOR BUILDING PROJECTS IN PLACES OF WORSHIP

9 June, Hexham Abbey

EXPLORING THE HERITAGE OF GREAT TEW

Saturday, 18 June (Great Tew, Chipping Norton)

DAC BELL ADVISERS' CONFERENCE 2016

Friday, 8 July (Warwick)

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