Meet the funder: Wolfson Foundation

The Wolfson Foundation's Chief Executive explains how The Secondary Education Programme supports new builds, refurbishments or equipment projects related to science, information or communications technology.

Funding schools in Kent

Up to £10,000 for projects benefitting young people in East Kent

Maintaining breakfast clubs

Training and up to £1,000 to help maintain your school breakfast club

Environmental projects

Awards up to £2,000 for projects that aim to improve the local environment

Supporting sporting activity

Funding for sports activities to support disabled and disadvantaged people

Group music-making

Grants between £500 to £4,000 are available for creative music projects

Academic and practical education

Small or medium grants helping young people acheive their full potential

Sport and the outdoors

Funding for projects that support disadvantaged young people

Teaching Roman studies

Up to £500 offered to promote Latin and Roman studies in schools

Horticultural projects

Gardening equipment for hands-on projects in schools in the north of England

Classical projects

Small grants for classical projects in all parts of the UK

Benefitting Bristol residents

Grants for schools and charitable organisations working in Bristol

Holiday activities

Up to £5,000 for charities or state schools to run holiday activities

Breakfast clubs

Funding and donated bread available to give children a nutritious start to the school day

Music-making projects

Up to £100,000 per year for music projects benefitting young people