In 2023 we committed to funding more than £20m in grants. New grant-making is currently on pause whilst we work together on our new strategic approach.

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Our funding

Tudor currently funds over 500 organisations working to support positive changes in people’s lives and communities in the UK. We have committed more than £20m in grants in the financial year 2022/2023.

We are winding down our current grant-making strategy, re-evaluating and developing a new strategy centred around racial, social and economic justice.

During this period we will not be considering any new grant applications.

We will remain actively engaged with our current grant partners, and our staff will continue to support the many organisations who have grants with us.

Information for current grant holders

If you already have a grant from Tudor, please go here for everything you need to know about your grant, including guidance on how to claim your first payment, what you need to send us when you report back and answers to some of the most common queries that arise over the lifetime of a grant.

Open data

In September 2016 the Tudor Trust signed up to the 360Giving Initiative, which aims to help UK grant makers to publish their data openly online, to an agreed data standard. Publishing information about our grants in an open format on our own website, and through 360Giving, means that it can be shared and compared more easily.

Over time, the intention is that this information will help inform both grant makers and those looking for funding and will contribute to more effective grant-making.

Tudor grants data April 2013 to March 2022

Tudor Covid-19 grants data

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This means that the data is freely accessible to anyone to be used and shared as they wish. The data must be attributed to The Tudor Trust. You can view a copy of the license here.

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