R G Hills Charitable Trust

Local Grants

The R G Hills Charitable Trust supports local and national registered charities mainly, but not exclusively, in the fields of health, poverty and education. Overseas charitable work is also available.

There is no specified maximum amount you can apply for however grants tend to average around £2,000.

For more information please contact:

Harvey Barrett, Trustee
Furley Page
39-40 St Margaret’s Street
Canterbury
Kent
CT1 2TX

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