The Stanley Smith (UK) Horticultural Trust offer grants of up to £5,000 (average grant size £3,000 – £4,000) to charities, community and voluntary organisations and institutions for projects that meet the objectives of the Trust:
- to promote horticulture;
- to promote the conservation of the physical and natural environment by promoting biological diversity
- to promote the creation, development, preservation and maintenance of gardens (preference will normally, but not exclusively, be given to gardens accessible to the public); and
- the advancement of horticultural education.
The Trust does not support applications that are primarily for social welfare, socio-economic development or physical or mental welfare but this does not exclude legitimate horticultural therapy projects.
Deadline: Continuous rolling basis. Two Trustees’ meetings per year as follows:
- April Trustees’ meeting: 15 February
- October Trustees’ meeting: 15 August
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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