Elsie Talbot Bridge Will Trust

Grant Sources

Grants are available for local voluntary and community groups and charitable organisations undertaking social welfare or community projects throughout England and Wales.

Who Can Apply

Registered charities, voluntary and community groups are eligible to apply.

Although the Trust is based in the North West, it will accept applications from across England and Wales.

Restrictions

Funding is not usually for individuals or for-profit groups.

Eligible Expenditure

The funding can help with a range of charitable projects including, for example, groups working with children and young people or people who are disabled.

How To Apply

The Trust does not maintain a website. Applications are to be made in writing to the Trust and can be made at any time.

For further information about the Elsie Talbot Bridge Will Trust, please contact Brown, Turner, Ross Solicitors.

Enquiries
Elsie Talbot Bridge Will Trust
Brown Turner Ross Solicitors
11 St. George’s Place
Lord Street
Southport
Merseyside
PR9 0AL

Tel:01704 542 002

E-mail:  law@brownturnerross.com

Other grant opportunities ending soon can be found by clicking on the names of the funders below:-

Rosa Launches Voices from the Front Line Grants Scheme – ending 15th June 2017

LIFE Programme – Call for Framework Partnership Agreements (FPA) – ending 15th June 2017

European Union – Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue – ending 15th June 2017

M&S Energy – Community Energy Fund Competition Open to Applications (GB) – ending 23rd June 2017

Greggs Foundation – Local Community Projects Fund – ending 24th June 2017

Ministry of Defence – Covenant Fund Small Grants – ending 26th June 2017

EaSI Progress Programme – ending 30th June 2017

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