The John Coates Charitable Trust mainly makes grants to large national charities or to small charities that are of personal or local interest to the trustees, typically in London, the South East, South West of England, and East Anglia. Grants are made to those working in the following areas:
- The Arts
- Medicine and healthcare
- Heritage and the environment
- Societal and community cohesion.
The Trustees favour charitable organisations which can demonstrate:
- Financial sustainability
- A track record of positive impact
- A long-term vision.
Grants are typically up to £10,000 but in exceptional circumstances awards may be higher.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Trustees meet twice a year – usually in January and July.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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