Grants and Funding




Concession rate fees

If you are in receipt of benefits or on a low income ask the college about concession rate fees. You may not qualify, but there is no harm in asking, as concession rates are considerably lower than full fees.

Government advice on course funding and support:
https://www.gov.uk/24_advanced_learning_loans



Grants

If you want to do a course and are worried about the cost, it might be possible to access some funding for it.

Websites with information about grant giving organizations:

www.turn2us.org.uk

www.grantsforindividuals.org.uk
This is a new website listing organizations which offer grants to individuals, however there's a subscription fee.
Most local libraries should contain a paper copy of this.



Grant giving organizations:


The Walcot Foundation

Help for Lambeth residents on a low income

127, Kennington Road, SE11 6SF (visitors only by appointment)
Tel: 020 7735 1925
Website: www.walcotfoundation.org.uk


The Cicely Northcote Trust

Administrative Officer is available Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday.

Camelford House, 87-89 Albert Embankment, SE1 7TP
Tel: 020 7582 9996 (voice mail)
Email: cntrust@btconnect.com
Website: click here


The Prince’s Trust Development Awards

Tel: call 0800 842 842 or text “Call Me” to 07983 385418
Website: www.princes-trust.org.uk/need_help/grants/development_awards.aspx


The Ruth Hayman Trust

Awards small grants to support the education and training of adults resident in the UK who speak a language other than English as their first language.

Email: trustee@ruthhaymantrust.com
Website: www.ruthhaymantrust.org.uk




South London Relief in Sickness Fund

Grants available up to £250 for individuals in Wandsworth or Lambeth click here