The John Coates Charitable Trust

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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 south east England. Grants are made for general charitable purposes, with some preference for the following:

  • Education and training
  • Health
  • The relief of poverty
  • Arts, culture and heritage
  • Science
  • The environment and conservation

Grants are typically up to £10,000.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Mrs Rebecca Lawes, Trustee
3 Grange Road
Cambridge
CB3 9AS

Please note, the Trust does not invite phone calls. All correspondence must be made in writing.

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