Lawtech Trust

Health & Social Care

The Lawtech Trust award grants to charitable organisations for the preventions or relief of poverty in economically disadvantaged communities. Grants are for services of facilities that aim to achieve this.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Mr Leigh Maurice Renak
Unit 11 Lakeside
Neptune Close
Rochester
ME2 4LT

Tel: 01634 290 500

 

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