Quaker Events and Learning Grant
A grant of up to £500 to support young adult Quakers (18–35) to attend events, courses and other Quaker learning opportunities which would otherwise not be possible due to financial constraints. Grants are usually decided and, if approved, paid within a month.
Financial Relief Grant
A grant of up to £500 to improve the quality of life for young adult Friends (18–35) who have impaired quality of life due to low income (usually defined as earning below the living wage). We aim to process Financial Relief Grants as quickly as possible. In some cases they may be paid within 1–2 weeks but they will usually be decided and, if approved, paid within a month.
Living Adventurously Grant
A grant of up to £1500 to support young adults (18–35) in service they feel led to do as part of their Quaker witness, which is otherwise not possible due to financial constraints.
This service might take the form of volunteering, whether in the UK or abroad, or other forms of Quaker witness. These grants are not intended to only support activities run by Quaker organisations. Applications for Living Adventurously Grants will be considered once every 3 months.