Useful Links

Please note:

  • The following links to organisations operating in similar areas to The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust are provided for general information.
  • In listing these organisations the Trust is not indicating any form of recommendation, preference or implication that a funding request will be accepted.
  • This list is not exhaustive; therefore, oranisations seeking funding are strongly encouraged to undertake their own research in addition to consulting the list below.

The ACT foundation (helping people in poverty who have a physical and/or mental disability or are aged)

The Sylvia Adams Charitable Trust

Academy of Medical Sciences

The Alfayed Charitable Foundation (children suffering from life-threatening illnesses or living in poverty)

Association of Medical Research Charities

Barrow Cadbury Trust

The Frank Buttle Trust (vulnerable children and young people)

Charity Commission

The Chidwick Trust (assists people with disabilities, the elderly in need, and adults & children who are seriously ill)

CHK Charities (grants to charities operating in the UK addressing a number of areas of need)

Clinical and Academic Jobs

The Clothworkers’ Foundation (improving the lives of people and communities, particularly those facing disadvantage)

The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust (advancement of the arts, health and medical welfare, and environmental protection or improvement)

The Dulverton Trust (grants direct to charities and charitable organizations operating at a national or regional level)

The Dunhill Trust (care of the elderly and research into causes/treatments of conditions related to aging)

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation (arts, education and learning, the environment and enabling disadvantaged people to participate fully in society)

The Freemason’s Grand Charity (medical research, vulnerable people, youth opportunities, hospices, air ambulances, disaster relief and masonic charities)

Garfield Weston Foundation (grants to UK registered charities; may also support churches, educational establishments, hospitals and housing corporations)

The Henry Smith Charity (grants focussing on social inequality and economic disadvantage)

The Hospital Saturday Fund (grants to individuals needing specialist equipment and registered health charities in the UK and Republic of Ireland)

Laing Family Trusts

LankellyChase Foundation (support for smaller charities)

The Leathersellers’ Company (grants to charities and educational establishments in the UK addressing education, disability, children & young people and the relief of need)

Lloyds Foundation (regional focus, tackling disadvantage)

The MacRobert Trust (grants to charities registered in Scotland, England & Wales and Northern Ireland)

Medical Research Council

Medical Schools Council

The Moondance foundation (Causes in Wales, children, education, poverty, care & research for crippling diseases, and arts & humanities)

The Newby Trust (medical welfare, training and education)

Pears foundation (funds a wide range of activities in UK and overseas with a general focus on young people and wellbeing for everyone, especially those facing a tough challenge)

Porticus Foundation (supports charitable projects that promote human dignity and social justice through a grant giving programme in England, Wales and Scotland)

The Prince of Wales Charitable Foundation (projects that make a difference to people and their communities)

The Rayne Foundation (health, medicine and social welfare)

Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme

The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts

The Sobell Foundation (focusses on activities/charities supporting the sick, elderly, needy and disabled)

Starter Grants for Clinical Lecturers (Academy of Medical Sciences and the Wellcome Trust)

The Bernard Sunley Foundation (capital projects in the UK above £3,000 focussing on community, education, health and social welfare)

The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund (grants to individuals and voluntary organisations engaged in research into learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability)

The DM Thomas Foundation (focusses on disadvantaged and vulnerable young people, addressing education and health)

Thompson Family Charitable Trust (grants to charities in England and Wales)

The Tudor Trust (focussed on voluntary & community groups)

UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC)

Wellcome Trust

Wellcome Trust Postdoctoral Training Fellowship for Clinicians

The Wolfson Foundation (funding for science & medicine, health, education, and the arts & humanities)

The Yapp Charitable Trust (grants to small registered charities in England and Wales that may be used for running costs and salaries)