Haramead Trust

Haramead Trust

The principal objectives of the Haramead Trust are:

  • The provision of relief for those suffering hardship or distress ;
  • The provision of relief in connection with children’s welfare and
  • The advancement of education about the advancement of health.

About 50% of grants are for work in the developing world; 30% in the East Midlands and 20% UK and Ireland. They distributed over £780,000 in 2015.  More info with the Charity Commission  here 

Contact details

Mr M J Linnett;Park Hill, Gaddesby, Leics LE7 4WH

 

9 comments on Haramead Trust

  1. programme to the disables. We have provided two each goats to 35 disables and given training support to them.

    Hence we request you, kindly support our Trust to help the poor and needy tribal and Dalits in the operational area. If you say yes we will send you the project proposal and all required documents for your references.

    Sukant Deshmajhi
    Chairman – READ

  2. Hi,

    I have just sent an email with a funding request to the Haramead Trust, which has bounced back as undeliverable. I wanted to flag this up, in case the Trust is not aware of this.

      1. Hi there

        I have also had the same problem in contacting the trust. Could you possibly provide me with the correct contact details. I have been using the harameadtrust@aol.com address and it continues to bounce back from the server.

        Kind regards,
        Rory

        1. Hi Rory
          Im sorry but that is the only contact detail I have; It is the one that they Trust has published with the Charity Commission. I suggest you try to write to them at:
          PARK HOUSE, PARK HILL, GADDESBY, LEICS, LE7 4WH

  3. cheers for the actual article i’ve recently been on the lookout with regard to this kind of advice on the net for sum time proper now so numerous thanks aadacdegdfebcfdd

  4. Could you tell me if this trust is still operating? I am seeking funding for an NGO in Ghana supporting girls accessing education.

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