The Childwick Trust offers grants (typically between £5,000 – £20,000) to UK registered charities. The overall focus of the charity is to award grants for the promotion of health, particularly for the relief of the disabled and older people in need. The other grants categories are: Jewish charities; Horseracing charities; and Education in South Africa.
Although the Trust funds across the UK they are currently only considering applications that benefit people in the South and the South East of England.
Deadline: Applications are accepted between 1-30 April and 1-31 October, annually. Trustees meet twice a year during July and January each year. Applications received outside these windows will not be accepted.
For more information and to apply please click here.
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Kent Sport: Everyday Active Small Grant
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Dan Maskell Tennis Trust
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