Support organisations (advice, support, funding)


Welcome to our database of support organisations, for all churches, chapels and meeting houses across the UK.

You can search by topic (tag) or location.

You can also refine the list by organisation type, BUT please bear in mind that this is the main business of the organisation and not their sole business. They may do a range of activities and offer support in a variety of areas so please search by topic (tag) if possible. For example: not all funders will come up if you choose 'funding organisation' from this list as some organisations may offer grant funding but only as a part of their wider activities.

Once you have brought up an organisation, you can simply click on the topic (tag) at the bottom of the page to find all other organisations similarly tagged.

If you have any questions or can't find the information you need, please email us


  • Sussex Parish Churches

    The website aims to provide a study of the architectural development of each Anglican parish church and as many subsidiary chapels as possible in Sussex.

  • Thames North Synod

    Regional area for the URC including support and advice for church buildings.

  • The Albert Gubay Charitable Foundation

    A fund for good causes connected to the Roman Catholic church. Priorities change. Check website or make contact for latest funding interests.

  • The Arts Society (formerly National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies)

    A leading arts charity which opens up the world of the arts through a network of local societies and national events.


  • The Norwood and Newton Settlement

  • The Rowlands Trust

    Charity able to make grants for the restoration and maintenance of Anglican church buildings in West and South Midlands including Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Shropshire and Birmingham. Must enquire direct with the Trust initially in order to obtain an application form.

  • The Wixamtree Trust

    A general grant-making Trust whose Trustees have decided to focus most of their support on organisations and projects based or operating in Bedfordshire. In addition the Trustees support a small number of national charities with whom the Trusts, main benefactor had been associated with during his life. The Trustees meet four times each year, usually in January, April, July and November to consider funding requests. During the year ended 5...

  • Through the Roof

    Removing the barriers that disable people feel through equipping organisations and churches and empowering disabled and non-disabled individuals.

  • Tiles & Architectural Ceramics Society

    National society which promotes the study and conservation of tiles and architectural ceramics.

  • Trinitas

    Developed in discussion with the Church of England, the ParishCare policy provides specialist comprehensive cover, including many benefits specific to parish needs.