The Lynn Foundation

Arts & Culture Health & Social Care Youth

The Lynn Foundation supports a variety of charitable causes. Their annual report published in March 2017 stated:

All our other grants would be small (around £500). The grant budget for next fiscal year would be £280000 broken down as follows:

Disabled Children: £82,500
Disabled Adults: £80,000
Music: £20,000
Arts: £27,500
Youth Sponsorship: £20,000
Medical Research: £20,000
Hospices: £30,000

Deadline: Applications are accepted on a rolling-basis.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Guy Parsons OBE, Chairman
17 Lewes Road
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH17 7SP

01444 454 773

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