The Eva Reckitt Trust Fund provides grants worldwide under the following headings:
- relief of the poor and those suffering due to international or industrial unrest, injustice, tyranny, oppression or persecution
- research on poverty
- grants may also be given for the relief of poverty amongst people who have been in the service of the family of the founder.
Grants are offered to registered charities and are generally not given to individuals, although individual cases may be supported through other charities which are able to monitor the use of the funds.
There is no limit you can apply for and applications can be submitted at any time. Trustees meet quarterly to discuss applications.
For more information and how to apply please contact:
David Birch, Trustee
44 Hambidge Lane
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