Anton Jurgens Charitable Trust

Health & Social Care

Anton Jurgens Charitable Trust issues grants to registered UK based charities who support people of all ages, who are socially disadvantaged and/or have mental and/or physical disabilities.

The Trust operates a continuous rolling application process. The London Committee (our advisory committee) will only get in touch with applicants if the trustees decide to consider their request at one of the two Trustees Meetings, either in the Spring or the Autumn.

For further information and how to apply please click here.

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