Bassil Shippam and Alsford Trust

Older People

Grants for charitable organisations in the UK working with young and elderly people, with the following themes: education; health; and religion. There is no maximum or minimum amount to apply for and the Trust operates a continuous rolling application process.

For further information and how to apply please contact:

Bassil Shippam and Alsford Trust
Thomas Eggar House
Friary Lane
Chichester
West Sussex
PO19 1UF

Telephone: 01243 786 111

Email: shippam@thomaseggar.com

 

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