The Monday Charitable Trust is a grant making foundation, which aims to improve life chances of disadvantaged and often marginalised groups in the United Kingdom.
Whilst we will continue to support direct service provision to help those in need, we are increasingly interested in funding programmes which address or seek to identify the root causes of issues.Learn more
We map our grants and social investments against our funding priorities. This helps us monitor and learn from our funding over time and allows us to spot and understand emerging trends in the underlying sector.Learn more
We make grants to a range of projects in support of young people, people with mental health problems, homeless people, others suffering disadvantage and to promote social mobility.
We fund charities that work with homeless people, which provide for their immediate needs and support services that help them out of homelessness with long term accommodation and rehabilitation.
We fund charities that work with children and young people to increase life chances by developing life skills, emotional resilience and mental well-being and by promoting social mobility.
We fund charities that work with disability to support excellent care and good quality accommodation.
We fund charities that work for hospices to support excellent care and good quality accommodation and to provide information so that people know what benefits they are entitled to receive.
We fund charities that work to increase life chances by developing life skills and emotional resilience.
We make grants to a range of projects in support people with mental health problems to see that they get the support they need, when they need it.
We fund charities that work for prisoners’ welfare to encourage rehabilitation and prevent reoffending for the benefit of themselves, their families and society as a whole.
St Basils, supported by the Monday Charitable Trust over a number of years, developed and delivered the BOOST programme for young people who have experienced homelessness and significant barriers to engagement with education, training or employment.Read more
Thames Reach’s mission is to help homeless and vulnerable men and women to find decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives.
St Basils works with young people to enable them to find and keep a home, grow their confidence, develop their skills, increase opportunities and prevent homelessness.
The Sutton Trust is an educational charity in the United Kingdom which aims to improve social mobility and address educational disadvantage.
Our annual report for 2020/21 gives an overview of MCT’s operations, activities and financial statements for the year.Read more
Cambridge Women’s Aid and St Catharine’s College today announced the start of a new programme of activities to improve the support available to survivors of domestic abuse.Read more