Clara E. Burgess Trust
Grant for charities in the UK undertaking projects benefitting children.
|Age Range:||Children (1-11);Young people (12-18);Young adults (19-25)|
|Disability and Medical Care:||Amputees;Cerebral palsy;Dyslexia;Epilepsy;Hearing impairment;Learning difficulties;Multiple sclerosis;Speech impairment;Spina bifida;Spinal cord injury;Visual impairment/ blind;General disability;Other specific disability|
The Clara E. Burgess Trust Grant is provided and administered by the Clara E. Burgess Trust and is available to charities throughout the UK.
The scheme is intended to support projects which will benefit the health and well-being of children.
In particular, the programme wishes to fund initiatives with the following themes:
- Children under the age of 10 who have lost both parents.
- Education and training.
- Overseas projects.
- Social welfare.
- Medicine and health.
Trustees meet every six months to allocate funding. The first deadline of the year is 30 June to be considered in the July meeting, and the second is 31 December to be considered in January.
Eligible organisations must be registered UK charities.
Costs associated with eligible projects.
To apply, charities should write to the Trust, providing background details about their charity, the project they want funding for, and a break down of the funding costs. Annual accounts are also required.
Applications should be as brief as possible.
Royal Bank of Scotland plc.
Trust and Estate Services
Chester Business Park
Tel: 01244 625810