Grant Scheme

Find out if you or your organisation can benefit from our support

If you can say 'YES' to all three of the following questions, then you could be eligible for a grant from us.

Please read the categories of funding available and fill in the online application form that is the best fit for you or your organisation.

Hard copies of the application forms are also available upon request by emailing us your Name and Postal Address.

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  • Are you an individual or organisation who works with your community?

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  • Is the thrust of your work combating abuse of alcohol and/or drugs?

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  • Do you promote a Christian Ethos?

  • Grant-aid may take the form of either,

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  • Project Funding

    Project funding will be a one-off grant.


    Grants to be awarded under the scheme shall not exceed £5,000 and shall, generally, be based on fifty per cent of qualifying expenditure. An initial payment of half the grant will be made and the remaining half will be paid on evidence that the project is proceeding satisfactorily. Applicants will be expected to declare the names of other sources from whom grant is sought and awarded, and in due course, to produce original receipts which the League will endorse to show that they form part of the grant application.


    A draft copy of any proposed printed material should be submitted with the application.


    Applicants dealing with children and young people under the age of eighteen must certify that they have in force a child protection policy complying with current legislation.


    Normally all expenditure must be incurred within a 12-month period from the start of the project.

    A report on the project may be requested by the League on it’s completion.

  • Category A - 

    a person or group planning a pioneering project but not part of a recognised organisation doing existing work in the area of alcohol and drug abuse.  

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    Category B -

    an organisation with an established record of relevant work but planning a new specific project

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  • Core Funding

    Core funding grant will contribute to the cost of the on-going functions of an organisation to enable it to develop and maintain a body of expertise, preferably as the basis for specific services or projects. Examples of core functions are general administration and training.


    Core funding grant will normally be for two years and subject to a maximum of £3,000 per annum.


    Grant for the second year will be subject to the league being satisfied that the objectives of the applicant organisation continue to meet the League's grants criteria.

  • Category C -

    This form is for an organisation which has previously received support from ITL in line with the League’s grant criteria and conditions.

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