The Roger De Haan Charitable Trust primarily supports charitable causes and projects in east Kent, and in particular the Shepway District, however projects across Kent will be considered. By focusing on a defined geographical area, and on projects that fit within well-defined criteria, the Trust aims to make a substantial impact on the community where it is based.
The Trust will support work within the following areas:
- arts, culture and heritage
- community development and regeneration
- amateur sport
- projects to support young people
- health and welfare of older people
From time to time, at their discretion, Trustees may also provide support for causes that help prevent and relieve poverty, that provide relief from natural disasters and that support environmental protection or improvement.
Please note these deadlines by which applications should be submitted: 23 June, 1 September and 3 November. Successful applicants will be notified of the outcome about three weeks after each of those dates.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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