Guidelines

The organisations in which the Trust is most interested are UK charities working either on a national basis or specifically in Hampshire or West Sussex, and in one of the fields listed below. PLEASE NOTE that the Trust is unlikely to support the regional work of national charities in locations outside Hampshire or West Sussex or charities working only in other areas of the UK.

Fields supported by the Trust:

Adults and children with physical disabilities

Adults and children with learning disabilities

Carers for the elderly and disabled, especially young carers

Environment and wildlife

Hospices for adults and children

Medical conditions affecting both adults and children

Support for the elderly, including those with Alzheimer’s or dementia

 

The Trust does not make grants to individuals, does not enter into sponsorship arrangements with individuals and does not make grants to organisations that are not UK-registered charities.

The areas of charitable activity that fall outside the Trust’s current funding priorities are :

Churches

Drug/alcohol abuse and counselling

Disadvantaged children and young people

Education/schools (excepting those for disabled children)

Homelessness and housing

Local community groups

Medical research

Mental health

Museums, galleries and heritage

Overseas aid

Performing arts and cultural organisations


The next Trustees' meeting will take place in January or February 2018.  Applications for 2018 grants are best submitted between September and December 2017.  There will be no further grants made in 2017.