Funding for individuals
Artist General Benevolent Fund
Gottlieb Foundation Individual Support Grant
Rainy Day Trust
Freelands Foundation Emergency Fund
Funds For Freelancers
Up to £750 for self-employed, freelance or unemployed music creators experiencing a significant impact on their work, income and ability to complete planned musical activities due to the coronavirus can apply for grants of £750. The PRS Foundation’s Sustaining Creativity Fund offers funding to help emerging music creators adapt and sustain their music in response to the current changing conditions.
Apply hereThe Teaching Staff Trust
Apply hereThe Young Women’s Trust
More info hereHospitality Action and We are Tip Jar
The Teaching Staff Trust
SBA The Solicitors Charity – hardship fund
Royal Theatrical Fund
The Care Workers charity
Licensed Trade Charity
Rainy Day Trust
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Fund for emergency essentials for children and young people in exceptionally difficult circumstances. The fund can help purchase kitchen appliances, children’s beds and bedding, and clothing and equipment.
Apply hereFriends of the Elderly
A general grant for people of state retirement age living in England and Wales on a low income to cover home essentials, digital connection or financial support.
Apply herePercy Bilton charity
Grants to individuals in need on low income, who have a serious long-term illness or who are over the age of 65.
Apply hereThe Junius S Morgan Benevolent Fund
Fund for nurses and health care assistants for essential decorating, furniture and furnishings, and possibly also amenity bills.
Apply hereHelp Musicians
Fund to alleviate some of the immediate financial measures for professional musicians due to coronavirus. Help is also offered for health interventions.
Apply hereSociety of Authors
Fund for authors, including writers, illustrators, scriptwriters and journalists, whose income has been affected by coronavirus.
Apply hereThe National Benevolent Charity
Fund for people dependent on zero hours contracts and who have lost their jobs or have had a substantial reduction in income as a direct result of Coronavirus. The aim of the fund is to help people buy food.
Apply hereArts Council England
Fund for individuals working in the cultural sector who have had work affected by Covid-19, including artists, creative practitioners and freelancers.
To support those economically vulnerable due to coronavirus.