Domestic Abuse

We support charities with an annual income of £25,000 to £1 million with a strong track record of working with people who are living with, or who have experienced, domestic abuse. We also fund work addressing the perpetrators of domestic abuse. We offer both long-term funding, including ore costs, and tailored development support to help your charity be more effective.

What to expect when applying for funding

1

Check the type of work we fund

Read our approach to funding below

Read our approach to funding below

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Check your eligibility in five minutes

Start further down by selecting the area your work mainly focuses on

Start further down by selecting the area your work mainly focuses on

3

Complete a brief expression of interest

If you’re eligible we’ll send you a short form

If you’re eligible we’ll send you a short form

4

A call will be scheduled with one of our advisors within two weeks

They’ll assess how well your charity fits our criteria

They’ll assess how well your charity fits our criteria

5

Have a face to face meeting with one of our managers

We’ll support you with producing a proposal

We’ll support you with producing a proposal

We aim to give you a decision within five months.

What We Fund

We offer both long term and core cost funding and tailored development support to help your charity be more effective. We offer this funding to charities which meet our criteria. Please read this section before beginning your application.

Visit our We Fund page or download our full eligibility criteria for more information.

What do we mean by Domestic Abuse?

An incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and/or violent behaviour. This abuse can encompass but is not limited to psychological, physical, sexual, emotional or economic abuse.

Our definition also extends to charities working with people who have experienced honour-based violence.

What type of work we do and don’t fund

Our funding supports charities with a strong track record of working with:

  • people who have experienced domestic abuse, as defined above, and/or perpetrators. 
  • people who have systematically abused another person to gain power or control in a domestic or intimate relationship. This might be a partner, family member or friend.

If you work with perpetrators of domestic abuse, you will need to hold or be able to evidence that you are working towards Respect accreditation in order to apply for funding from us. 

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If you are still experiencing issues give our support team a call on 0370 411 1223 or email us at enquiries@lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk.

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Success Stories

Our Impact on Domestic Abuse in 2018

57

more grants to charities helping people facing domestic abuse

17

national partnerships and programmes developed to better address domestic abuse at a policy

£2.8m

total new grants awarded