The Jephcott Charitable Trust supports UK registered charities and properly constituted organisations working to address the Trust’s four main priorities:
- Population Control: The Trust is prepared to consider support for schemes, particularly educational ones, which help to control excessive growth in population.
- The National Environment: The Trust has supported a number of projects involved in conserving the natural environment.
- Education: Projects will be considered that benefit people of all ages and backgrounds. The projects may provide formal education, teach vocational skills to enhance the possibility of employment, enhance computer skills, health awareness, and distance learning.
- Health: A very wide range of healthcare projects are supported.
Grants of between £2,000 and £10,000 are available, and in exceptional cases, up to £20,000. The funding is intended to help with project costs, and it prefers capital rather than running costs.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Trustees meet in April and October to consider applications.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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