The Antony Hornby Charitable Trust makes general charitable donations to organisations working in the following causes:
- education, training and employment;
- medical, health and sickness;
- Arts and culture;
- animals and environment; and
- community development.
Grants are typically around £1,000 and rarely over £5,000, however no maximum amount you can apply for is stipulated.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.
For more information and how to apply please contact:
Mr Allan Holmes
Antony Hornby Charitable Trust
C/O Saffery Champness Llp
71 Queen Victoria Street
020 7841 4000
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