Grants and interest-free loans are available to registered charities and small organisations providing affordable homes for vulnerable people in need in Britain.
The programmes aim to help housing projects that meet the needs of people undergoing transitions in their lives, such as those seeking asylum, recovering from addiction, leaving prison, or moving from domestic abuse.
The Quaker Housing Trust provides support through two separate programmes to help these organisations.
Best Practice Grants of up to £6,000 are offered to support projects in their early stages of development. This grant is aimed at helping organisations get their projects off the ground.
The Main Grants and Loans Programme awards a mixture of grants and loans up to £50,000 (with maximum grants of £25,000) to fund housing projects. This program is intended to help organisations finance their more established projects.
The next deadline for applications is the 1st September 2023.