The Persula Foundation

Environmental Health & Social Care

The Persula Foundation awards grants to support charitable organisations and develop original charitable projects by providing grants. The Foundation’s current priorities are the homeless, the disabled, human rights and animal welfare.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Teresa Chapman, Secretary
The Persula Foundation
Gallery Court
Hankey Place
London
SE1 4BB

Email: info@persula.org

Telephone: 020 7551 5343

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