Some examples of recent grants are listed below which highlight some of ATL's achievements and performance. They also demonstrate the variety of causes that ATL supports.
A donation was made towards developing a new residential wing at the hospital.
Financial assistance was given towards assisting the creation of counselling rooms in the church's gallery and to re-open external doors.
A grant over a three-year period was given towards conserving the old cathedral school and to help install a multi-purpose music and cultural facility. ATL had previously made a donation to the cathedral in 2009 towards the restoration of the cathedral's Victoria Tower.
Financial assistance was given towards redeveloping the church building, retaining the 1879 facade and adding a glass atrium to provide extra space.
A donation was made towards the construction of a new education and conference centre at the college.
Financial assistance was given towards the redevelopment of St Aidan's Church into a parish and community centre with new kitchen and toilet facilities and a worship centre.
A grant was made towards the building of a new church centre adjacent to the church to provide office space and an area for church and community facilities.
A donation was made towards building a childhood bereavement counselling centre at the hospice.
A grant was given towards the re-roofing of the church.
Financial assistance was given towards building a new purpose-built centre to provide youth facilities to advance both the Christian religion and education.
A donation was made towards the restoration and refurbishment of farm buildings to enable this Christian charity to become a residential training centre for people with drug and alcohol addictions.
A grant was made towards major refurbishment of the church, including a new entrance, the installation of a new lift and the renewal of the electrics.
A donation was made towards the extension of the day hospice to improve toilet and bathing facilities, to create an art therapy room and to modernise the laundry.
Financial assistance was given towards enabling the church to complete the construction of a narthex at the west end of the church to provide additional seating, a coffee room and toilets.
A grant was given towards the re-ordering of a church to create a centre with many facilities suitable for work with young people.
A donation was made towards the renovation of the existing church building to provide an all-in-one church and community centre to meet the needs of the community.
Financial assistance was given towards refurbishing the schoolroom wing of the church, including the upgrading of the existing toilets and office space, with the addition of kitchen facilities.
A donation was made towards the refurbishment of a building to be used as a kitchen and drop-in centre for homeless people suffering from drug and alcohol addictions.
A grant was made towards major external works to the church, including the re-slating of the roof and repairs to both the windows and rainwater goods.
A donation was made towards the provision of kitchen and toilet facilities, meeting and exhibition spaces, and an outdoor recreational area at the abbey.
Financial assistance was given towards urgent repairs to the tower of St. Michael Coslany Church, which is used as a children's learning centre.
A grant was made towards the complete restoration of the church, including roof and stonework repairs and to install toilet facilities.
A donation was made towards installing a lift to the mezzanine floor in the church, to create a tea bar, to provide additional toilets and to replace the lighting.
Financial assistance was given towards extending the church building to accommodate an international student centre, to include office and social space.
A grant was made towards the refurbishment of the chapel at the Church Army's centre in Sheffield.
A donation was given towards refurbishing the church hall, including the building of a new entrance and the replacement of the roof and windows.
Financial assistance was given towards undertaking extensive reconfiguration and refurbishment of the church hall and adjacent Victorian school building to improve an existing, low cost day nursery.