Celia Blakey Charitable Trust

Older People

Grants for charitable organisations carrying out projects to help children, older people and disabled people in the UK. There is no minimum or maximum grant amount for this fund and the there are no application deadlines as the Trust operates a continuous rolling programme.

For more information and to apply please contact:

The Celia Blakey Charitable Trust
Portrait Solicitors
21 Whitefriars Street
London
EC4Y 8JJ

Tel: 020 7092 6990

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