Grant Funding

Rose Education Foundation Grants for North-East Christian Charities

North East Grant Applications

2021 Grant Applications – UPDATE

We are now accepting grant applications for Christian Youth Work projects based in the North East of the UK. 

All applications must now be made online using the form on our website, we are not able to accept paper or email submissions. 

Please read the following information before continuing to the form page. 

You must complete your application in one go, once you have started you will not be able to save and come back to it later. To help with this please made sure to download the PDF document containing all of the questions from the grant form to allow you to prepare your answers before starting your submission.


The Rose Education Foundation is pleased and excited to be able to offer financial support to Christian projects in North-East England. We welcome applications from projects operated by, or are closely associated with, a Christian charity, a church or group, but applications will only be considered is they meet ALL of the following criteria:

– The application is from, or is supported by, a Christian organisation or church.
– You are applying for funding for work with young people aged 11-18, based in the North-East of England.
– You are applying for funding to serve the community and improve the lives of young people.

The Rose Education Foundation can fund projects up to a maximum of £3000 per annum, however the awarding panel may, at their discretion, choose to offer a different amount to the amount applied for.


The Local Grants’ Committee of the Rose Education Foundation meets annually to assess and award funding. Your application must reach us by Sunday 15th of September 2019 (15 / 09 / 2019). Applications received after this date will not be considered, you will need to resubmit during the following round of funding.

We aim to notify all applicants of the outcome of applications by Wednesday 16th of October (16 / 10 / 2019). Where grants are awarded the Rose Education Foundation will require a confirmation that funds are received and may also require a written report, or the opportunity to visit the project, in order to monitor how funds are being used.

Go to the Application Form

Discretionary Fund

A discretionary fund is available to make time-sensitive grants in special circumstances. To apply please use the Contact us Form, explaining why this application cannot be sent in during our normal application window. Applications for the Discretionary Fund may take more than three months to process. Awards from the discretionary fund are counted within the same £3000 per annum grant limit per project as our normal applications.

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