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Grants from Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

03-Oct-2017

The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation continues to provide funding to help projects which address issues in Rural Communities or areas of Urban Deprivation.

Trusthouse Charitable Foundation are a mid-sized grant making foundation that gives grants to small, well-established organisations who address local issues in areas of urban deprivation, or in remote and vulnerable or less fortunate rural areas.

The Foundation are offering grants of up to £50,000 to charitable organisations that are working to address local issues in areas of extreme urban deprivation, or in remote and fragile rural communities.

There are several grant programmes:

Small Grants

Funding of up to £6,000 for revenue costs such as core costs, salaries, over-heads, project costs; one-off capital cost for new buildings, repairs and improvements, purchase of equipment.

Standard Grants

Funding of between £6,001 and £12,000 for revenue or one-off capital costs

Large Grants

Funding over £10,000 and up to £50,000 for one-off capital costs only

Village halls and community centres can apply for capital grants of between £1,000 and £50,000 for new builds, repairs, improvements or extensions; the Foundation advise that hospices only can apply for capital grants of between £6,000 and £50,000 for new builds, repairs, improvements, extensions and equipment purchase

Because the Grants scheme is a continuous rolling programme; there is no deadline and so applications can be accepted at any time.

For more information and how to apply, visit the Foundation’s website.

 


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