Three Guineas is a grantmaking trust that funds work to support the autonomy, liberty and civil rights of autistic, neurodivergent and disabled people

Holiday activity schemes for autistic children and young people – 2024 round

Now closed for applications. The next round will open in February 2025.

This scheme provides grants of up to £15,000 to activity schemes for autistic children and young people, and their siblings, which run in the school holidays.

Grants are usually for part of the costs.

Access to legal advice for disabled people – 2023/24 grant round

Now closed for applications. Grant decisions will be released week of 25th March 2024.

This is a new grants programme to increase capacity for legal advice and advocacy for disabled people on benefits and debt, housing and homelessness, community care, personal liberty and equal access to goods and services.

Grants will be awarded by a panel of 10-12 people with lived experience of disability and learned experience of legal advice. The panel will also help us shape the direction of this programme.

Person presenting the Disability Rights UK Hate Crime Charter

Disability Rights UK tackles hate crime against Disabled people. Photo: Disability Rights UK