UK organisations and trusts which may be useful to contact for part funding.
Brightside UNIAID is a national educational charity, formed from the merger of The Brightside Trust and The UNIAID Foundation whose vision is of a society where all individuals are inspired and empowered to achieve their potential through education and employment.
Family Action Grants
Family Action has been distributing grants to help people and families in need since 1869. Their small grants programme focuses on the two areas of Welfare and Education.
The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust Undergraduate Bursaries
The Leverhulme Trade Charities Undergraduate Bursaries are designed to provide support for eligible UK students i.e. those connected with Commercial Travellers, Grocers or Chemists in financial need undertaking full-time Undergraduate first degree courses at institutions in the United Kingdom, leading to recognised degrees.
The Gen Foundation Scholarships
The Gen Foundation is a charitable trust which supports the research and study of Natural Science and the Arts. The Foundation focuses on biological, chemical, and botanical science and exceptional candidates from language, music, and art.
The Newby Trust
The Trust's general policy is to make grants available to those taking second degrees, to mature students, and to students from abroad with a proven UK educational record whose circumstances have been affected by events beyond their control.
The Studley College Trust
Grants to assist students with the costs of undertaking courses in agriculture, horticulture and other land-based industries. Applicants should be British Nationals and under 30.
The Thomas Wall Trust
The Thomas Wall Trust welcomes applications from UK nationals only, particularly those who, through adverse or unexpected circumstances, have financial difficulties but who wish to pursue vocational courses or courses concerned with social welfare which will subsequently lead to paid employment.
The UK eInformation Group
The award is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students in any UK University who are undertaking study that has significant information handling or information management content. It is not sufficient simply to be using information resources during their work! UKeIG is likely to favour students on courses that cover electronic information sources.
The Vegetarian Charity
Grants for people up to the age of 25 in financial need who are vegetarian or vegan. The Charity can also award grants for children being brought up to be vegetarian where the parents are in financial need.