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Funding your church

Welcome to the Grants and Trusts page, dedicated to helping our partner churches to fund their CAP initiatives and think beyond congregational giving.

Training events

One to one training

If you run a debt centre, a job club, Fresh Start or life skills your church leader or funding co-ordinator can request a visit from Dan or Sam when they are in your area by emailing: churchfunding@capuk.org. Our funding team will be in the following areas on the dates below:

  • London - 21-23 November 2018

Funding clinics

If you would like some specific help or advice, you can book a funding clinic session with Sam, these are 30 minute telephone consultations. Either drop Sam an email for more information or book online.

Book your place now

The team

CAP’s funding team accesses over £800,000 per year of national funding, as well as supporting our network of churches in accessing local funding. Contact the team at trustfunding@capuk.org

Sam Healey
Sam Healey
Local Church Funding Specialist & PR Officer

Dan Furlong
Dan Furlong
Trust & Major Gift Specialist

Documents & Resources

We written some really helpful resources for you. We have written a guide to funding your centre. We also have some helpful walkthroughs, one will show you how to use Funding Central and the other how to find funding through your local Community Foundation. You will also find links to our most recent reports and research.

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Latest news and blogs

Hand in hand with the local Church

During our prayer week with Tearfund, we're reflecting on why both charities work through the local Church.
Blog | Friday, 24 August 2018

Giving the gift of time

Ellie Gage tells us what it's like to serve on a Discovery Break.
Blog | Wednesday, 15 August 2018

‘If you’d asked me where a hug came on my list of priorities, I’d have said bottom. Turned out, it was top.’

At CAP, we take a holistic approach to debt counselling. Here's why.
Blog | Monday, 13 August 2018

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