£750,000 to end 2015 Play on Pedals joins in Playday 2015 Cook, Eat, Laugh, Live

£750,000 to end 2015

With a lot more to come in 2016

Play on Pedals joins in Playday 2015

Cook, Eat, Laugh, Live

Players of People's Postcode Lottery fund new accessible kitchen

Since 2009, People’s Postcode Trust has awarded more than £11m to over 1600 projects across Great Britain

People’s Postcode Trust operates its own society lottery and receives all of its funding from players of People's Postcode Lottery.

 In 2016, Small Grants will invite applications for projects that focus on the prevention of poverty, healthy living initiatives, upholding human rights and facilitating reconciliation projects which help disadvantaged or at-risk groups.

Registered charities* in England, Scotland & Wales can apply from £500 - £20,000 (£10,000 in Wales) for projects meeting the above remit, whilst other organisations may apply for up to £2,000

*Please note that in order to apply for over £2,000 you must hold a current registration number with either the Charity Commission for England & Wales and/or the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR)

The form will be open at the following times in 2016:

  • Sun 1st May - Tue 31st May 2016
  • Thu 1st Sep - Fri 30th Sep 2016

For more information, please visit the Grants page and thoroughly read the Guidance Notes before applying:

2016 PPT Guidance Notes

If you wish to apply for a project which does not meet the above criteria, please click here to find details of other trusts with grant programmes supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

If you wish to discuss a future application or have any other questions about applying for funding you can contact the Trust Helpdesk:

By e-mail: info@postcodetrust.org.uk

By phone: 0131 555 7287 at the following times:

Mon:   10am-12pm and 2-5pm

Wed:   10am-12pm and 2-5pm

Thu:    10am-12pm and 2-5pm

Whilst we will endeavour to answer all telephone enquiries, the Trust helpdesk can be exceptionally busy whilst funding rounds are open, and would advise all non-urgent enquiries to be made via email.