What we've funded

LandAid invests over £2 million every year in projects working to end youth homelessness. 

We don’t just write a cheque and walk away. Instead, LandAid works alongside its projects for a number of years, providing strategic advice, bringing in property expertise, and in many cases funding them on more than one occasion.

We award funds to outstanding small-medium sized charities in communities across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. 

Our grant-making strategy is focused on providing safe, secure and affordable accommodation for young people across the UK who are experiencing homelessness. We award grants in two strands: new buildings and renovation properties. 

Last year, we also launched our Covid-19 Emergency Fund, which gave out over £1 million in emergency grants to frontline charities across the country. These grants helped charities to weather the Covid storm - funding PPE, technology and equipment for residents, extra staffing costs and adaptions to services to make them Covid safe. Find out more about the fund here.

Browse our current projects below.

Open Data Initiative 

LandAid has joined the 360Giving Initiative, which encourages UK grant makers to publish their data openly online. We hope that this information will inform our fellow grant makers and those looking for funding, and that it will improve grant making in general. 

Using the 360Giving data standard, our awarded grants since 2013 are available as an Excel workbook here.  

We update this data every twelve months at the end of each financial year (ending March). 


This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. You can view a copy of this license here. This means the data is freely accessible to anyone to be used and shared as they wish. The data must be attributed to LandAid Charitable Trust. 

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