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The Tramlines Trust

The Tramlines Trust was born out of the desire to uplift and give back to the surrounding communities and culture at the very heart of Tramlines Festival.

The Trust increases annual fundraising and charitable donations that the festival makes, whilst making it easier for MORE grassroots organisations to apply for funding and receive support from Tramlines Festival.

Since 2022, The Tramlines Trust has awarded £58,000 worth of funding grants to local organisations. 37% of all funding grants have gone directly to Hillsborough-based initiatives, including £5000 donated to the Hillsborough Christmas Lights.

 The Tramlines Trust is a micro trust of GivingWorks a UK registered charity (charity no:1078870).

You can donate to the Trust through our Just Giving page below!

Applications for the 2024 round of the Tramlines Trust are now OPEN!

Please read the info below before applying.

 

Apply for Funding

Applications for Tramlines Trust 2024 funding grants are now open! 

We do not require that you are a registered or existing charity or organisation. Individuals and new groups are welcome to apply. 

Please fully read our Funding Application Guidance document before applying for a grant.

If you wish to apply for a funding grant, please complete the online application form by hitting the button below.

The deadline for applications has been extended to Monday 5th August 2024. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact [email protected].

READ FUNDING GUIDANCE

APPLY FOR A GRANT

 

WHO THE TRUST SUPPORTS

The Tramlines Trust provides grants up of (usually) up to £500 for projects, organisations that provide opportunities and activities which sit within our four key pillars:

Local Community

Project or organisation that is local to Sheffield and enhances, educates or supports the lives of local communities in the city.

Future Generations

Projects and organisation that uplifts and engage with young people who would like to gain insight into the events or creative industries to kick start their careers.

People and the Planet

Project or organisation that is involved with improving, raising awareness and supporting societal issues such as (but not limited to) the environment, homelessness, physical and mental health. 

South Yorkshire’s Art and Culture 

Project or organisation that is heavily involved with and promotes music, arts or Sheffield Culture.

 

 

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