The objectives of the Taylor Family Foundation are to help and support children and young people, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, in the areas:
The Foundation wishes to advance the education of children at school, playgroups and colleges by working with approved agencies, charities or statutory bodies by offering facilities and resources not normally provided for by the Local Education Authority.
The Foundation offers support to charities and organisations helping children, young people and their families with the wide range of areas related to health.
The Foundation assists in the provision of facilities for the recreation and other leisure-time activities for underprivileged young people and children by working with approved agencies and other charities to help enhance sports and recreational facilities in the community.
The Foundation promotes The Arts by working with approved agencies and other charities providing children and adults access to training and tutoring, and performances in the disciplines of Drama and Dance.
Applications are accepted on a rolling-basis and no maximum grant size is stipulated.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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