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Open grant programmes
Holiday activity schemes for autistic children and young people
This programme runs once a year and provides grants up to around £15,000 for holiday play and activity schemes for autistic children and young people.
Access to legal advice for disabled people
This programme runs once a year and provides grants to projects providing better access to free legal advice and representation for disabled people on benefits, debt, housing, homelessness, community care, personal liberty, and equal access to goods and services.
Our budget for other grants is fully committed until 2025. We make a small number of grants each year and support organisations long-term.
What we do
We fund practical projects that support the autonomy, liberty and human rights of autistic and neurodivergent people. We prefer work that include autistic and neurodivergent people in decision-making and delivery. We will fund social skills projects. We will fund parent/carer and family support.
Disability, violence and access to justice
We support a small portfolio of projects working on Deaf and disabled people’s civic rights. We also support a small number of organisations responding to violence against autistic, neurodivergent and disabled people. We expect to add to this portfolio, using careful research and dialogue with disabled people.
What we don’t do
- Capital projects
- Pure research
- Anything to do with a “cure” for autism
- Anyone who provides residential care, even if the request is not for this
- Anyone using Applied Behavioural Analysis or other coercive and contested methods of behavioural control
- App and software development
- Schools and colleges
- Educational fees
- Direct grants to individuals
The launch of INQUEST’s No More Deaths campaign in the House of Commons, with bereaved families and parliamentarians. Photo: INQUEST
Last updated: 20 July 2023.