A B Charitable Trust

Help and advice

If your work falls outside the scope of the A B Charitable Trust, grant-seekers can contact other organisations to get advice on alternative sources of funding.

Funding for groups

Funding Central – information on funding and finance opportunities from grants to contracts and loans;

Beehive Giving – a free tool to source funders information and identify suitable funds;

The Big Give - free website for charities to boost online fundraising;

The National Lottery - information on how to apply for Lottery funding.

Toolkits and advice

The Charity Commission – guidance on how to fundraise;

The Charity Governance Code - principles and recommended practice for good governance;

IMiX (Integration and Migration Exchange) have developed useful toolkits on how to get your message across in the media and via digital;

Knowhow Nonprofit – NCVO guidance and information on topics such as campaigns, funding and commissioning;

NAVCA – information on infrastructure groups, including a search function to find local groups;

The Directory of Social Change – a source of information, guides and training courses. DSC produce publications and directories on grantmakers for groups and individuals which are available to buy online or refer to in DSC’s reference library.

Funding for individuals

Turn2Us - a free service to help people access welfare benefits, entitlements, grants and other help.