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Helping Projects which Address Issues in Rural Communities - Trusthouse Charitable Foundation


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.

The Foundation is particularly interested in hearing from applicants whose projects address the following areas:

Community Support

Projects that address:

  • Work with young people
  • Community centres
  • Support for carers
  • Older people’s projects
  • Help for refugees
  • Family support
  • Community transport
  • Sports projects
  • Rehabilitation of ex-offenders
  • Alcohol and drug misuse projects
  • Domestic violence prevention and aftermath

Disability and Healthcare

Projects in deprived areas for people of all ages with physical and/or sensory disabilities; support for people with mental health issues; hospices.

Arts, Education and Heritage

  • Projects for people with disabilities
  • Performance or visual arts with a clear and strong community impact
  • Alternative education projects; supplementary teaching
  • Heritage projects in marine or industrial areas which involve local people and can show existing community benefit.

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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