The Lennox Hannay Charitable Trust makes grants to registered charities in England and Wales. Grants are typically between £1,000 and £3,000.
The Trust supports a wide range of charitable causes. In the past, these have included medical research, the welfare of young and old people, the arts, animal welfare, and for overseas benefit.
Grants are awarded under the following categories:
- Relief of poverty
- Overseas/famine relief
- Religious activities
There are no deadlines, and trustees meet twice each year to review applications.
For more information and how to apply please contact:
Mrs C Scott, Secretary
Lennox Hannay Charitable Trust
RF Trustee Co Limited
15 Suffolk Street
020 3696 6715
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