We've assisted..

Crisis15 LZ Graduation
Crisis15 LZ Graduation

Available Funding

The Tower Hill Trust runs two grant programmes, a Main Grant Programme and a small Biodiversity Grant Programme.

Main Programme Grants support the development and provision of gardens and open spaces across the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. This is the main priority of the Trust, however on occasion Trustees are able to support charitable activity that focuses on:

  • The provision and support of facilities for recreation and leisure;
  • The provision and support of educational facilities;
  • The relief of poverty.

A Biodiversity Grant Programme offers amounts from £100 to £2000 to support biodiversity enhancements by schools, charities and community groups in school grounds, around housing estates or in community gardens. At least 50% of your project must directly contribute to objectives and targets in the Tower Hamlets Local Biodiversity Action Plan (LBAP).

Apply for Funding Here

The Trust has launched a new online application process for both the Main and Biodiversity Grant Programmes. The application portal can now be accessed at wtt.flexigrant.com

Applications will no longer be accepted through the post or by email.  The application portal provides more details of our funding criteria and guidelines. Do get in touch with us if you need help filling out the form, and we can provide support as necessary.

How applications will be prioritised

The Trust receives many more proposals than we are able to fund. Trustees particularly welcome applications for:

  • Projects that meet two or more of the Trust’s Objects; please note that the Trust’s Objects are listed in order of priority and are set out below. Trustees are primarily interested in the provision of gardens and open spaces.
  • Equipment or capital costs. Please note that the Trust is very unlikely to provide funding to meet salary costs.
  • Proposals that have a link with the Trust’s original area of benefit: the area around Tower Hill and St. Katharine’s and Wapping ward.

The Trust's formal charitable Objects (in order of priority) are as follows:

  • The provision of gardens and open spaces for the general benefit of the inhabitants;
  • The provision and support of facilities for recreation and leisure-time occupation;
  • The provision and support of educational facilities;
  • The relief of the aged, handicapped and poor.


website: beachshore
sitemap | ror sitemap | xml sitemap