The Elizabeth Frankland Moore and Star Foundation

Older People

The objects of The Elizabeth Frankland Moore and Star Foundation are to make grants for charitable purposes to charities and individuals.

Grants made by the Foundation are generally unrestricted as the Trustees are aware that for many charities meeting their basic core costs presents a significant challenge.

Previously the Foundation has awarded grants to charities concerned with

  • medical research
  • homelessness
  • war veterans
  • human rights
  • hospices
  • the arts
  • education

There is no specified grant size you can apply for and applications can be submitted at anytime ahead of the Trustees meeting twice a year.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Marianne Neuhoff
The Elizabeth Frankland Moore and Star Foundation
c/o Neuhoff & Co
11 Towcester Road
Whittlebury
Towcester
NN12 8XU

01327 858 171
nfo@neuhoffandco.com

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