Funding individuals with disabilities of all ages and not-for-profit groups
About Gloucestershire Disability Fund
The Gloucestershire Disability Fund provides grants to people of all ages living with a physical, sensory, and/or learning disability, as well as to not-for-profit organisations and community groups which support them.
Our well-being grants of up to £1,000 for individuals are designed to meet one-off exceptional needs and we adhere to our grants guidance on what we can and cannot fund. Please see What we fund for more information about this.
GDF trustees and grant decision-makers are people with first-hand experience of the everyday challenges faced by people living with disability. You can be sure that all applications are assessed sympathetically, fairly, and from a position of understanding.
Complete and submit an application. You can apply online or download a form.
We award grants to individual applicants and organisations/groups, taking into account our grants guidance and the nature of the request.
We fund individuals and also not-for-profit organisations. Read our guidance pages to find out if you are eligible.
How to apply for a grant
Complete and submit one of our application forms after carefully reading the appropriate grant guidance notes. You can do this online or, if you prefer, download an application form and post it to us.
Find out what some of our grant recipients say about us and what some of them have achieved with a little help from us!
Contact Gloucestershire Disability Fund
Call us on either Tuesday or Thursday between 10am-1pm
Email us anytime at the following email address