Grants for Individuals


Grants available


Durham County Cricket Club Youth Trust Fund - Individuals

Funding available for individuals who require financial help in order to achieve their potential as a young cricketer.

Up to £500

Between the River Tyne and the River Tees

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Grant Guidelines

Durham Johnston Educational Fund

Supporting pupils (past and present) aged 24 or under, of select secondary schools in Durham City.

£100 - £250

Durham City - please refer to guidelines for more information.

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Grant Guidelines

DurhamWorks 12 month funding

The Grant is available to SMEs (businesses and not for profit organisations) to support the creation of employment opportunities for young people who are on the DurhamWorks programme.

Up to £5,000

North East (Anywhere within reasonable travelling distance for the participant, who MUST be on DurhamWorks Programme)

Please email your enquiry to and a member of the team will be in touch to discuss the grant and the application process with you.

Grant Guidelines 

Durham Federation (Durham Community Business College Fund)

The Fund provides grants of up to £150 to further the education (including social and physical training) of children between the ages of 11 and 19.

Up to £150

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Grant Guidelines 

Education and Skills

There are a variety of different funds in this category which enable people to access different types of education and training.

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Hylton House and Specialist Support Fund

This category contains funds which help people who have a disability and are looking for a grant towards some specialist support and training.

Upto £1000

County Durham, Darlington, Gateshead, South Shields, Sunderland or Local authorities that made up the County of Cleveland.

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Grant Guidelines

Miller Wood Bonsall Student Bursary

The Miller Wood Bonsall Fund is exclusive to students studying two or more STEM subjects at Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College, Darlington.

Up to £500

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Grant Guidelines 


If you have a long-term illness or disability or you are a carer for someone who does and you are looking for funding towards a respite break there may be a fund that can help you.

Upto £1,000


Grant Guidelines

Sherburn House Fund Individual Hardship (Relief in Need)

The main focus of Sherburn House Charity’s function is to relieve need and hardship and distress in the North East of England.

Upto £300

North East

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Grant Guidelines

Stanhope Castle School Charitable Trust Fund

This fund provides education and training grants to young people (under 25) who are or who have been in the care of, looked after or under a Supervision Order

Up to £1,000

 Apply Here