Category: grant

The Burden Trust

The objects of the trust allow the trustees to consider grants in the following areas of need: Medical Research Hospitals Retirement homes Schools and training institutions Homes and care for the young Other charitable work which helps people in need During his lifetime Reverend Burden made a difference in to many peoples’ lives in and […]

Jill Franklin Trust 

The Jill Franklin Trust was set up in memory of Jill Franklin, 1928-1988, and has about £70,000 a year to spend.  Some this is already committed as a block grant for prisoners’ education that would not be funded by the government and to organisations we have promised grants over a number of years. The Trust […]

Helen Hamlyn Trust

The Helen Hamlyn Trust is an independent grant-making Trust. The trust initiates medium and long-term major projects linked to the shared interests of Lady Hamlyn and her late husband Lord Hamlyn. Its core ethos is to develop innovative projects, which aim to effect lasting change, improve quality of life and create opportunity for the benefit […]

Cumber Family Trust

The Trust was founded in 1985 by a Berkshire farming family and the current Trustees are all still family members. Their interests continue to be centred on farming and the countryside and they support agricultural and conservation work both locally and in the Third World. Projects local to Oxfordshire and Berkshire, meeting local needs, whether […]

C B and H H Taylor 1984 Trust

Christopher and Hannah Taylor established their charitable trust in 1964 when Christopher retired from Cadbury Schweppes, to enable them to support causes in which they were interested. A substantial proportion of the grants awarded by The Trust are given for the work and concerns of the Religious Society of Friends. Projects with a defined link […]

The perfect application

The perfect application really!!  Well no, but a useful exercise is to write a case for funding that stacks the odds up in your favour; it does not need to be real, but contain the information and support you would like to have when making a bid. So what would it contain? something like…. Our […]

Big lottery – Round 1

Competition for Big Lottery money seems to be increasing and the level of information needed to be successful at round 1 increased. With that in mind here are a few suggestions to help improve your chances. Consult, consult consult! Lottery like to see that you have consulted with the project beneficiaries, and ideally involving them […]

Finding your perfect funder

Finding the right funder for your project is really important; failure to match a funders criteria is one of the main reasons applications fail. Therefore the additional time invested in finding the right funder is worthwhile. Where to begin; Initially I consider the bid, and well known funders like Tudor Trust, Henry Smith Charity, Big […]

Spirit of Achievement Arts and Culture Challenge Fund

The fund in now open for applications that will create opportunities for disabled people of all backgrounds to participate in arts and cultural activities, individually and with their families and friends. They mean arts and cultural activity in the broadest sense, and include visual art, craft, writing and literature, music, dance and performance arts in […]

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