Religion

The Hillier Trust

Arts & Culture Health & Social Care Religion

The Trust’s objects are supporting organisations involved with education, social welfare, the arts and religion, with a preference for those working with children and young people and older people. The trustees have a preference towards funding organisations that have a Christian ethos and usually awards a substantial grant each year to The Family Trust, a…

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The Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust

Religion

The Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust was established in 1960 for general charitable purposes. The intention of the trust is to make grants to organisations which fall within the areas of medicine, education and welfare, especially for capital or fixed term projects and the provision of rent free premises. Particular regard, though not exclusive, is given…

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E F and M G Hall Charitable Trust

Religion

Founded in 1968, the E F and M G Hall Charitable Trust was established to support general charitable purposes including children, older people, disability, medical charities and churches. It also owns three holiday cottages in Pevensey Bay, which provide holidays for senior citizens from the Edenbridge area. Grants ranged between £50 and £2,550, with the majority being between…

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Church Urban Fund: Together Funds

Religion

The Church Urban Fund’s Together Funds programme offers grants of up to £5,000 for faith-based organisations to engage in social action, either for initiating or developing community work. The activity should meet the following primary criteria: It must be directly tackling poverty. We favour activities that are working directly with people in need. The lead…

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The Homestead Charitable Trust

Religion

The Homestead Charitable Trust is a family trust administered by a small body of trustees. It makes grants for general charitable purposes, including medical and health causes, social welfare, animal welfare, Christianity and the arts. There is no specified grant size you can apply for and applications can be submitted at any time. For more information…

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The Jill Franklin Trust

Religion

The Jill Franklin Trust was set up in memory of Jill Franklin, 1928-1988, and has about £70,000 a year to spend. The Trust focuses its funding on deprived areas of Great Britain and, looks with particular favour at applications from the North of England and Wales. Small charities are preferred, and simply prepared proposals are more…

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The Edith M Ellis 1985 Charitable Trust

Religion

Edith M Ellis was a passionate Quaker and worked tirelessly for international peace and reconciliation. The Edith M Ellis Charitable Trust was established by her for general charitable purposes. The Trust aims to give small grants to a broad range of Quaker and other UK registered charities, or non-governmental organisations. Grants tend to be either:…

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The Jerusalem Trust

Religion

The objects of the Jerusalem Trust are: to advance the Christian religion and promote Christian organisations and the charitable purposes and institutions they support; to advance Christian education and learning. The trustees’ priority areas are as follows: Evangelism and Christian Mission in the UK Christian projects that develop new ways of working with children and…

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The Beatrice Laing Trust

Religion

The Beatrice Laing Trust was established in 1952 by Sir John Laing. Its focus is on the relief of poverty and the advancement of the evangelical Christian faith, both at home and abroad. Financial support is given to a wide range of charities seeking to relieve poverty in its broadest sense, both throughout the UK…

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The Henry Smith Charity: Christian Projects

Religion

The Christian Projects grant programme supports projects that explicitly promote the Christian faith. The Henry Smith Charity values projects that explicitly set out to nurture and grow people’s journey in Christian faith and grow churches.  Generally they support projects that come from a Church of England context or that are fully ecumenical. The Charity prioritises projects that…

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