Fundraiser Chris Verney received a new professional development grant from the Masonic Charitable Foundation.

How our grants work

We receive funding for the grants we provide from other charitable trusts and foundations, so specific criteria apply each year. Each programme will have its own application form, criteria, guidelines and deadline.

The criteria for each programme are agreed by the Hospice UK Governance Committee and each respective funder, taking into account any restrictions the funders may include.

Contact our Grants team for more information

Who can apply?


Our member organisations and their staff can apply for grants to help them undertake specific projects, develop new or existing services for the people they care for and their families, and increase their expertise in the work they do.


Apply for a grant


To apply for our grants, please see the list of open grant programmes below, read the descriptions and eligibility criteria. 

New Applications - When you are ready to apply for a grant select the Apply Now button on respective page, you can then start to complete your online form. 

Returning to your Application - If you have already started your online application, log in to your account via the Grant Application Portal to return to it.  The link to the Grants Application Portal is below.

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Grant Application Portal

You can access your account at any time to see your original grant application, any in-progress applications and any reports in-progress or already submitted.  Select the ‘Log into my online account’ button below.

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Partners in hospice care

We are proud to work with some incredible partners to deliver our grant programmes. In recent years we have partnered with the government, charitable trusts and companies, which have pioneered service innovation across the UK.

View our partners