The Homestead Charitable Trust

Religion

The Homestead Charitable Trust is a family trust administered by a small body of trustees. It makes grants for general charitable purposes, including medical and health causes, social welfare, animal welfare, Christianity and the arts.

There is no specified grant size you can apply for and applications can be submitted at any time.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Nina Bracewell-Smith, Trustee
Flat 7
Clarence Gate Gardens
Glentworth Street
London
NW1 6AY

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