The Dorothy Hay-Bolton Charitable Trust

Older People

The Dorothy Hay-Bolton Charitable Trust makes grants to charities working with people who are deaf or blind, particularly children, young people and older people. Projects across the UK are funded with a preference to the south east of England. Overseas aid is also available.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Brian Carter, Trustee
Reeves & Co LLP
24 Chiswell Street
London
EC1Y 4YX

020 7382 1820

brian.carter@reeves.co.uk

 

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