The Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation seeks to support those facing social injustice and inequality in the Midlands and London.

Our funding priorities are Dignity, Freedom and Sanctuary.

We have been pleased to fund such organisations as: Fareshare, St Mungo’s, Aerobility, Friends of the Elderly, Richard House children’s hospice, the Royal National Lifeboats Institution, and Eaves women’s refuge charity — as well as many more under these headings.

Our programme, the Fund for the Forgotten, offers funding to marginalised and vulnerable individuals. For examples of the cases funded by the Foundation, please see here.

How to apply

We welcome applications from organisations and individuals. Please send a proposal by email to us in the first instance:

If your proposal is successful, we will invite you to submit an application. You can download guidelines and application forms for organisations and individuals to the right, along with our Data Protection Policy.

Please direct funding enquiries to:
Alexandra Taliadoros, Foundation Director, at


All successful applicants are required to submit a project-end report, illustrating the achievements as a direct result of the support provided by the Foundation. Evaluative reports must be received before 12 weeks have passed from the project finish.

The Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation reserves the right to arrange a visit to the applicant/recipient of funding, for monitoring and evaluation purposes. Please note, recipients of support are asked to display the Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation’s logo on all relevant material.


Guidelines and forms
Please read our guidelines before submitting any proposals for support to the Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation. Please complete an application form if you have been invited to apply to the Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation following a successful proposal submission.

Guidelines for Individuals
Application Form for Individuals
Individual Applicants Referee Form
Data Protection Statement

Guidelines for Organisations
Application Form for Organisations
Data Protection Statement

The Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation