The Marsh Christian Trust’s grant-making programme aims to support small registered charities through long-term core funding, in an attempt to assist these organisations to maintain their current and on-going activities. The Trust itself supports roughly 250 different charities per annum across various fields in the charity sector. The main causes supported by the Marsh Christian Trust lie broadly within the following key areas of work:
- Literature, arts and heritage
- Social welfare
- Environmental causes and animal welfare
- Education and training
Grants ranges from £250-£4,000, with new applications at the lower end of this scale. There are no deadlines for applications.
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