To-date in 2022, The Seafarers’ Charity awarded £914,220 in grants to 16 organisations, supporting more than 400,000 people in need.

Last year we awarded 74 grants, totalling over £2.9m to 56 organisations supporting seafarers in need and their families.

Our grant funding supports frontline organisations and projects that provide essential help for seafarers and their families in crisis. Each grant application is assessed against our core goals to ensure the support provided to ensure that your donations go to where the need is greatest.

See the below list to find grants awarded from 2020-2022.

Does your organisation or project work to provide support for seafarers in need and their families? See if you’re eligible for a grant to help you.

See if you're eligible for a grant

Plymouth Trawler Agents Limited

Joint funding with Fishmongers Company Charitable Trust to support small-scale fishers through the Coronavirus crisis and Brexit by continuing to support 'Call4Fish' - a project which helps fishers to sell their catch directly to the public.

Amount awarded: £7,000

The Humber Seafarers' Service

Grant funding to ensure that Humber Seafarer' Centre is COVID-19 safe for staff and visitors, in line with Government guidelines.

Amount awarded: £4,275

Portpatrick Harbour Community Benefit Society

Grant funding to purchase commercial grade washing and drying machines to allow local and visiting seafarers, along with the wider local community, facilities to wash and dry clothes, wet weather gear and boating equipment in Portpatrick, Dumfries & Galloway.

Amount awarded: £2,764

Mission to Seafarers (Scotland)

Funding to deliver Christmas presents to 200 seafarers in Scottish ports in December 2021.

Amount awarded: £990

1 ... 7 8

We're committed to transparency

The Seafarers’ Charity is committed to transparency and we work with 360Giving to publish information about our grants. See our Publisher profile on 360Giving, where you will be able to download grants awarded in 2017 - 2021.

See our 360Giving profile