The Toy Trust Fund

Grants of up to £5,000 are available to registered charities to fund equipment and services to support disabled and disadvantaged children under the age of 13 across the UK.

The Toy Trust fund:

  • helps disadvantaged children and their families to alleviate suffering
  • support children through awful experiences
  • encourage achievement through adversity
  • purchase vital equipment
  • provide care
  • bolster existing initiatives
  • initiate brand new projects
  • and satisfy basic needs.

Groups that have carried out some form of effective fundraising by themselves are particularly encouraged to apply.

Application deadlines:

  • March meeting – mid February
  • July meeting – mid June
  • September meeting – mid August
  • December meeting – mid November

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