The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust funds charities that deliver children and young people’s projects. They focus on three themes of Child Exploitation, Mentoring and Support and Clubs and Activities with priority for projects addressing mental health issues.
There are four grant rounds in 2019, as follows:
- Round 1: 1-28 February, 0-11 year olds – grants of £1,000
- Round 2: 1-30 April, 0-11 year olds – grants of £5,000
- Round 3: 1-31 July, 11-25 year olds – grants of £1,000
- Round 4: 1-30 September, 11-25 year olds – grants of £5,000
If you have an operating income of £100k to £1 million you can apply for a grant of £1,000.
If you have an operating income of over £1million you can apply for a grant of £5,000.
For more information and to apply, visit the www.austin-hope-pilkington.org.uk.
In 2016/17 the Bothwell Charitable Trust distributed £321,000 in grants, £79,000 of which went to children’s causes.
The panel meet in February/March so we recommend organisations submit their requests as soon as possible. There is no website and applications must be made in writing to:
Mr Paul Leonard James, The Bothwell Charitable Trust, 25 Ellenbridge Way, South Croydon, CR2 0EW.
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