Biskra Charitable Trust

Health & Social Care Youth

The Biskra Charitable Trust has been set up to for the public benefit of all persons regardless of age, race, religion or gender with special emphasis on organisations that operate for the benefit of young people. Its grant making policy is determined by the charity’s focus on providing opportunities for self-improvement, learning, skills training and welfare support.

No maximum grant size is specified, but last year grants range from £500 (smaller organisations) to £50,000 (larger organisations).

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Mr John Milford Buckland Bdo Llp, Trustee
Biskra Charitable Trust
c/o Arcadia House
Maritime Walk
Ocean Village
Southampton
SO14 3TL

 

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