Main Grants


Whilst the Foundation does occasionally make donations to the health and social care sectors, it should be noted that the majority of its support is directed towards the cultural sector, and in particular to cultural learning and to museum, gallery, heritage and performing arts learning spaces. Support for enhancing Jewish life has largely been directed towards JW3: London's Jewish Community Centre.

Applications are reviewed and rejected on an ongoing basis, although all successful grants can only be awarded at meetings of the Trustees. These are held twice a year, usually in June and December. Grants range from £10,000 to in excess of £1m, although larger grants are made infrequently. The majority of expenditure is for capital projects – only a small number of grants are made each year for programme funding.

Please note that organisations must be registered charities to be eligible for the Main Grants Programme, with the exception of local authority cultural organisations. Every year the Foundation receives many more requests than can ever be granted, and like most grant-making organisations, has to turn down many of the applications received. Applicants are therefore encouraged to apply to multiple funding sources, and not just to this Foundation.

To see a selected list of recent donations, click here.

Making good use of the windows in the Clore Centre at Tate Britain © Tate 2014 (conf.)
Making good use of the windows in the Clore Centre at Tate Britain © Tate 2014 (conf.)
Painting in the Clore Learning Centre at the Museum of London © Museum of London
Painting in the Clore Learning Centre at the Museum of London © Museum of London

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Every effort has been made to seek permission for the use of images on this website, which include images from Space for Learning, 2015; from the Clore Performing Arts Awards publication, 2011; and from the Artworks Awards, 2000-2004. The Clore Duffield Foundation would like to thank all those who have kindly given permission for the use of images.