Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust

The Ann Rylands Small Donations programme makes grants to either support core costs or a specific project. The trust looks to support a range of charities and activities but prioritises those that offer practical support for:

  • older people
  • people with disabilities or living with serious illness
  • people facing challenges with mental health, social exclusion, homelessness or other difficulties in their lives.

Up to £2,500. Registered charities (registered for at least two years, income less than £5m, free reserves less than 12 months).

No deadline.

Read more and apply here.

 

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