The Hilden Charitable Fund’s priorities in the UK are homelessness, asylum seekers and refugees, penal affairs and community-based initiatives for disadvantaged young people aged 16-25. For projects in developing countries, priorities are projects which focus on community development, education, and health.
Preference is given to charities that work at a community level with an income of less that £500,000 per year and do not attract much mainstream public support.
The charity will consider funding for more than one year and the average grant awarded is £5,000.
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