Only registered charities are eligible to apply for funding.
Projects must have a clear benefit for UK based recipients either through education, better welfare, youth schemes, or supporting the elderly. Although there are no exact limits to project types, the following list provides some examples of activities which are likely to be applicable for funding:
Sensory toys and equipment for children with special needs
Items to care for isolated and/or vulnerable elderly people
Support of specially adapted equipment to be used by people with physical / mental / communication disabilities
Apparatus for children with special needs
Items or tangible social activities for community centres providing a benefit to many in the local community
Provision of tangible and social interaction activities for those who are vulnerable and/or isolated
The application form, available on the website, should be emailed to the Foundation.
There are no set application deadlines, but decisions will be made at Trustee meetings in March, June, September and December of each year.
Up to £3,000 of funding per project is available.
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