The Trust’s main aim is to support programmes which reduce offending and reoffending, promote entrepreneurship amongst the young and disadvantaged, and tackle other challenges such as homelessness and addiction.
The Trust sets no upper limit you can apply for.
For more information and how to apply please contact:
Henry Oldfield Trust
Kent ME9 0BB
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