The R S Brownless Charitable Trust

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The R S Brownless Charitable Trust aims to support charities throughout the UK undertaking general charitable purposes. The Trustees’ have expressed a particular interest in supporting projects within the following areas:
  • Long-term and terminal illness;
  • Disability; and
  • Disadvantage.

Grants are usually one-off, ranging between £100 and £2,000.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Mrs P M A Nicolai, Trustee
c/o The R S Brownless Charitable Trust
Hennerton Holt
Wargrave
Reading
RG10 8PD

Telephone: 0118 940 4029

 

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