George Bairstow Charitable Trust

Grants are available for the provision of Emergency Aid in communities, the encouragement of volunteering among young people and the enhancement of skills among young people. The Trustees acknowledge the unique challenges faced by the world at this current time and remain ‘open for business’, welcoming new grant applications.

The Trust has few restrictions on the purpose for which a grant may be made, providing it is in keeping with the aims. Capital investments, expeditions, projects and other costs will be considered. Trustees are particularly keen to support small organisations or groups that make a direct impact on communities. Previous grants have typically been for less than £10,000.

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