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318 Education Funding Resources

FunderFinder, the database resource for charities, containing fundraising information closed. Jo Habib of FunderFinder said that, “In the current economic climate we are not certain we can continue to survive financially, and so intend to wind the charity up after our current subscribers’ subscriptions expire in July 2011″.

funderfinder.org.uk

Jo added, “Essentially we earn all our income from subscriptions. A lot of our subscribers are having to make serious cuts, some are closing down, and almost everyone anticipates that things will get worse in the months to come. There are a number of other pressures too: commercial companies aggressively selling funding portals to local authorities, for instance, and a general belief that funding information should be – and probably is – freely available somewhere on the internet.

We know that very many of our subscribers have compared the results of a FunderFinder search with the results of other searches and value the comprehensive, accurate and targeted nature of our results, but many people don’t have the knowledge or the inclination to discriminate in this way”.

In view of the tragic loss of this essential service to all third sector and voluntary groups, I think it important that some sort of legacy is made available.  Thus this brief mention of FunderFinder along with some of the data which it held on grants and trusts which people can apply for.

“We don’t need a lot of ‘Make A Difference’ days, or competitively tendered government contracts to deliver services. None of that really helps self help – some of it, such as the approach of local government to commissioning care – actually diminishes it. What we do need is government to nurture self help – to support the things that work, that people are already doing that make a difference.” (Martin Sime, Chief Executive, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations 28th 2011 October)

The area of funding is becoming a very specialised and controlled area of life which excludes a great number of community initiatives from getting the basic financial support they may have been able to tap in previous years.  The mantra of social enterprise has created a mass call to turn everything into a business – we must be careful not to damage the merit goods which support civic and social life.

The loss of Funder Finder as a charity which supports other charities is a sign of the demarcation of resources and the building of barriers to small organisations.  Tendering processes are engendering a ‘race to the bottom’ for third sector organisations which, where they were once collaborative, now they are competitive taking care not to share good practice or resources.  The zeitgeist is to view cultural activities through immediate term financial lenses is problematic, particularly as it atomises communities of practice and sets people at odds with each other when we need more social capital.

The culture of outcome and measurement has reached a point where these practices encumber professionals in achieving the job remit they were hired to fulfill.  Many of these measurement practices have a negative effect on the activity or phenomena which they attempt to measure.  Ask a professional you know, whether they feel the bureaucracies which are added onto their job, help them achieve their job…

Hernando de Soto Polar talks of Dead Capital, and I cannot help but feel that ‘Dead Capital‘ is massively on the increase in a society which is increasingly creating barriers to achieve any basic human task.  Dead capital describes property which is informally held that it is not legally recognized – as people do not have access to the law or bureaucratic processes which represent them and facilitate civic work, people have no way to become valued in a society which demands such reifications.

The Ragged project is trying to build communities and interactions between individuals.  In an attempt to do this, and as an example of what a healthy society should embody, we are sharing the resources we have to try to facilitate all the good work out there and communities practicing their arts.  Below are 318 funding resources previously identified from Funder Finder:

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This search was carried out on 8th November 2010 in anticipation of putting an application to become a charitable body.  The Ragged project has not yet acheived charitable status but hopes to put in an application soon…

Search profile was:

Funders prepared to fund a large national body and general running costs

You said the organisation was:
a registered charity

You want funders able to fund work in:
City of Edinburgh Council area
You said the organisation was based in:
City of Edinburgh Council area

The maximum that would be asked for was:
£250,001 – £1,000,000
and the smallest amount that would be happily accepted was: £251 – £1,000

You asked to see funders interested in:

  • 18-25 year olds
  • Middle aged people 45-59
  • People who are educationally disadvantaged
  • Additional educational activities
  • Adult and community education
  • Arts and culture
  • City of Edinburgh Council area
  • Urban areas, inner cities
  • Areas of social deprivation
  • General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

You thought trusts would consider the work to be:

  • particularly innovative
  • particularly fostering self-help or self-reliance

The search retrieved 318 funders
312 were full matches

6 were partial matches

318 were selected

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The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys
Charity Commission number: 285836

Contact details:
Lt Col J C Chambers, Secretary
31 Great Queen Street
London
WC2B 5AG

Telephone: 020 7405 2644
Fax: 020 7831 4094
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.rmtgb.org

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 824
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 291

Web information:
www.rmtgb.org
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 1 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

*Children and young people

Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

 

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John Kirkhope Young Endowment Fund
Scottish Charity number: SC002264
Strand A

Contact details:
Trust Administrator
30-31 Queen Street
Edinburgh
EH2 1JX

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
According to the Scottish charity register, this Trust’s purposes are
the advancement of Health and work with children and young people. It
has a preference for Edinburgh. In 2007/08 the Trust had an income of
£39,030.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 970
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 166

Web information:
OSCR record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 3 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

18-25 year olds

Details last reviewed: 27/07/2009

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The Rubin Foundation
Charity Commission number: 327062

Contact details:
Allison McMillan
Pentland Centre
Squires Lane
Finchley
London
N3 2QL

Telephone: 020 8346 2600
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2008/09: “The charitable object of the
Rubin Foundation, as approved by the Charity Commission, are the
advancement of such charitable purposes as the Trustees in their
absolute discretion consider appropriate.

Achievement and Performance:
The largest donation made during the year was £100,000 to the United
Jewish Israel Appeal and the Prince’s Trust and the total amount
donated by the Charity in the year was £691,365.”

The grants list shows that the Trust supported a range of
organisations in the UK and abroad in the areas of health/medical,
education, arts, music, museums and Jewish causes.

The smallest grants of £1,000 were given to: The Scout Association,
Colin’s Cancer Fund, the Public Memorial Appeal, Yad Vashem UK, Kemble
Charitable Trust, Rossendale Hospice, New Israel Fund, DIPEX, MENCAP
and The Cherie Blair Foundation.

The largest grants, after UJIA and Prince’s Trust were: Children & The
Arts (Formerly Arts & Kids Foundation) £60,000, The Movement for
Reform Judaism £50,500, The Jewish Museum £50,000 and Community
Security Trust £50,000.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 824
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 316

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 4 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 18/06/2010

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The Big Lottery Fund
FunderFinder reference number: FF00610
Strand A

Contact details:
Chief Executive
1 Plough Place
London
EC4A 1DE

Telephone: 020 7211 1800
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.biglotteryfund.org.uk

NB. new programmes are being launched constantly and change rapidly –
it is important to check the website for current details.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 369
Environment Funding Guide 2010 edition page 199
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 26
The Welsh Funding Guide 2005 edition page 172

Web information:
www.biglotteryfund.org.uk

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 5 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

*Disadvantaged and socially excluded people

Details last reviewed: 17/06/2010

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Jusaca Charitable Trust
Charity Commission number: 1012966

Contact details:
The Trustees
17 Ashburnham Grove
London
SE10 8UH

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the funder’s annual report 2007-08: “The Trust aims to give
grants to alleviate poverty, promote health and education, to support
the arts, research, religious activities and the provision of decent
housing. The objective is to distribute at least 50% of donations to
Jewish charities (in the UK, overseas and in Israel), of the remainder
about 40% to be donated to charities operating in the UK and about 60%
outside the UK.

During the year 2007/08 the Trustees made 77 donations, of which 31
exceeded £1,000. The grants were for general charitable purposes
including relief of poverty, health and education. Grants were
received from the Ralph and Muriel Emanuel Charitable Settlement, a
charitable Trust with common Trustees and similar charitable
objectives, following the winding up of that Trust on 5 April 2008.
This has resulted in a substantial increase in the level of donations
received during the year.”

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 636
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 173

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 6 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 18/12/2009

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The Monument Trust
Charity Commission number: 242575

Contact details:
Alan Bookbinder
1st Floor, Allington House
150 Victoria Street
London
SW1E 5AE

Telephone: 020 7410 0330
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.sfct.org.uk/monument.html

NB. This is one of the Sainsbury family trusts. Proposals are
generally invited by the Trustees or initiated at their request.
Unsolicited applications are unlikely to succeed unless they closely
match the areas in which the Trustees are interested. In the Arts and
Heritage category the trust particularly wishes to be made aware of
significant appeals.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 723
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 251

Web information:
www.sfct.org.uk/monument.html
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 7 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 18/06/2010

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Grand Lodge of Scotland Annuity Benevolent & Charity Fund
Scottish Charity number: SC001996

Contact details:
Mrs D R Oliff
Freemasons Hall
96 George Street
Edinburgh
EH2 3DH

Telephone: 0131 225 5304
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.grandlodgescotland.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=226&Itemid=1

Web information:
www.grandlodgescotland.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=226&Itemid=1
OSCR record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 8 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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Dr Guthrie’s Association
Scottish Charity number: SC009302

Contact details:
Sarah Wheatley, Grant Administrator
PO Box 28838
Edinburgh
EH15 2XZ

Telephone: 07729 018214
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.scott-moncrieff.com/charitable_trusts/page5.html

For people under 22. New contact: Joy Nicholson, Grant Administrator,
PO Box 23533, Edinburgh EH4 1YL.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 566
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 61

Web information:
www.scott-moncrieff.com/charitable_trusts/page5.html
OSCR record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 9 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

18-25 year olds

Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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The Accenture Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1057696

Contact details:
Mary-Jane Smith
60 Queen Victoria Street
London
EC4N 4TW

Telephone: 020 7844 5387
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.accenture.com/Countries/UK/About_Accenture/Corporate_Citizenship/Giving.htm

Web information:
www.accenture.com/Countries/UK/About_Accenture/Corporate_Citizenship/Giving.htm
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 10 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

*Informal and continuing education (lifelong learning)

Details last reviewed: 9/10/2009

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The Cayo Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1080607

Contact details:
Angela McCarville
7 Cowley Street
London
SW1P 3NB

Telephone: 020 7248 6700
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2008/09: “The Charity was established
in order to benefit qualified charities as defined in the trust deed.
Its principal activities during the year were supporting other bodies
qualifying as charities under English law.

The Charity considers applications for grants and loans from
registered charities in the areas that the Charity has decided to
support based on recommendations. All applications are reviewed
against specific criteria set by the trustees. Where grants are made
for specific purposes the Charity requests a report on how the grant
was spent.

during the year included those involved in the areas of crime
fighting, education, medical research and training, children’s and
performing arts charities. The Charity also received requests for
donations and financial support to benefit other charities.

In total, 19 donations were made to other charities by the Charity
during the year, amounting to £1,763,078.”

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 416
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 57

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 11 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

*Children and young people

Details last reviewed: 20/09/2010

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The Headley Trust
Charity Commission number: 266620
Strand A

Contact details:
Alan Bookbinder
1st Floor, Allington House
150 Victoria Street
London
SW1E 5AE

Telephone: 020 7410 0330
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.sfct.org.uk/headley.html

This strand of the trust’s record relates to its interest in funding in the
UK.

The trust says, “The Trustees respond to a wide and eclectic variety
of projects to conserve buildings and important aspects of Britain’s
cultural heritage. They may also support:
– Regional museums with revenue costs or the purchase of exceptionally
important artefacts;
– Educational access to museums and galleries particularly for the
disabled and disadvantaged;
– Projects to conserve the industrial and maritime heritage of the UK;
– Work to encourage arts outreach and musical opportunities for young
people and the elderly;
– Notable archaeological projects in the UK;
– Projects to encourage rural crafts and heritage maintenance skills;
– Applied arts and crafts.”

With the Cathedrals programme, “The Trustees allocate a substantial
sum each year for repair work to the fabric of cathedrals and large
ecclesiastical buildings of exceptional architectural merit (pre-18th
century). Modern amenities, organ repair/restoration and choral
scholarships are not normally eligible.”

The Headley Museums Archaeological Acquisition Fund “was established
in 2004 to help regional and local museums purchase treasure. In 2008
it was extended to include other UK archaeological items which are
more than 300 years old. It is delivered in partnership with the
Museums, Libraries and Archives Council/Victoria & Albert Museum
Purchase Grant Fund.”

The Parish Churches programme: “Funding for fabric repair and
restoration is considered for medieval parish churches (or pre-16th
century churches of exceptional architectural merit) in rural,
sparsely populated, less prosperous villages, through a process of
review, diocese by diocese. Urban churches are not eligible, and
funding is available for fabric only (including windows), not
refurbishment or construction of church halls nor other modern
amenities.”

The trust’s annual report has informative details about major grants
and lists of beneficiaries of grants of £5,000 or less.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 584
Environment Funding Guide 2010 edition page 169
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 181
The Welsh Funding Guide 2005 edition page 83

Web information:
www.sfct.org.uk/headley.html
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 12 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 17/06/2010

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Private Equity Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1116139

Contact details:
Shaks Ghosh
CAN Mezzanine
Downstream
1 London Bridge
London
SE1 9BG

Telephone: 0845 838 7330
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.privateequityfoundation.org

The Foundation makes information available on its website when it is
looking for new charities to join its portfolio.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 787

Web information:
www.privateequityfoundation.org
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 13 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

18-25 year olds

Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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The Sheepdrove Trust
Charity Commission number: 328369

Contact details:
Mrs J E Kindersley
Sheepdrove Farmhouse
Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Lambourn
Berkshire
RG17 7UN

Telephone: 01488 674726
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2008: “The Trust aims to benefit a
wide range of good causes.”

In 2008 £314,563 was given in grants to organisations, broken down
into the following categories:
Arts and culture – £62,666, the largest grant being £20,000 to City &
Guild London Art School
Education and schools – £34,732, the largest being £20,000 to Roots & Shoots
Farming, wildlife and preservation – £120,913, the largest being
£75,000 to Garden Organic and £25,000 to Pesticide Action Network
Medicine and health – £43,565, the largest being £10,000 to Age Concern
Other – £22,370.

A number of recipients received ongoing support but one-off grants
were made to around 40 organisations.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 853
A Guide to Local Trusts in Greater London 2008/2009 edition page 145
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 327

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 14 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 21/06/2010

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The Wolfson Townsley Charitable Trust
Charity Commission number: 277928

Contact details:
Mr M Paisner
Berwin Leighton Paisner & Co
Adelaide House
London Bridge
London
EC4R 9HA

Telephone: 020 7760 1000
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2006/07: “Objectives and Activities:
To apply the capital and income of the Trust Fund for exclusively
charitable purposes in such manner as the Trustees in their absolute
discretion think fit.

During the year 47 grants totalling £996,218 were approved compared
with 28 grants totalling £102,005 in the previous year.”

Many of the grants were to Jewish causes, but not exclusively so.
Grants were classified as:
Education and training £834,400 of which £750,000 was to Stockley Academy
Medical/health/sickness £19,00, the largest grant was to Trinity Hospice
Religious activities £19,968, the largest grant was to Central
Synagogue Ministers Fund
Relief of poverty £22,500, the largest grant being to JNK UK
Arts and culture £1,500, one grant to British Friends of the Museum of
Israel
General charitable purposes £68,850 of which the largest grant was to
The Council for a Beautiful Israel.
Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 15 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 5/10/2009

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CHK Charities Limited
Charity Commission number: 1050900
Strand A

Contact details:
The Administrator
Kleinwort Benson Trustees Ltd
30 Gresham Street
London
EC2V 7PG

Telephone: 020 3207 7338
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.chkcharities.co.uk

This strand of the funder’s record reflects its criteria for funding
nationally.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 424
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 62

Web information:
www.chkcharities.co.uk
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 16 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

18-25 year olds

Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 16/06/2010

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The Goldsmiths’ Company Charity
Charity Commission number: 1088699
Strand A

Contact details:
R D Buchanan-Dunlop
The Goldsmiths’ Company
Goldsmiths’ Hall
Foster Lane
London
EC2V 6BN

Telephone: 020 7606 7010
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.thegoldsmiths.co.uk/charities

This strand of the funder’s record reflects its criteria for funding
throughout the UK. Not medical research; provincial local charities;
endowment and memorial appeals; animal welfare.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 552
A Guide to Local Trusts in Greater London 2008/2009 edition page 51
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 158

Web information:
www.thegoldsmiths.co.uk/charities
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 17 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

18-25 year olds

*Disadvantaged and socially excluded people

Additional educational activities

Arts and culture

General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 17/06/2010

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The Manoukian Charitable Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1084065

Contact details:
Anthony Bunker
Berwin Leighton Paisner
Sdelaide House
London Bridge
London
EC4R 9HA

Telephone: 020 7760 1000
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the funder’s annual report 2008/09: “The objects of the Charity
are the promotion of general charitable purposes; the Trustees give
particular emphasis to projects with medical, educational or cultural
aspects and those that relate to Armenian matters, although they
consider applications for other charitable purposes.

Grantmaking:
Requests for grants are received from the general public and
charitable and other organisations through their knowledge of the
activities of the Foundation and through personal contacts of the
Settlor and the Trustees. As stated above, applications are considered
on the basis of whether they meet the general aims of the Foundation
and the nature of the project concerned. The Foundation will consider
providing assistance to projects that may be partly funded by others
if this will enable the project to proceed. The Trustees have tended
to give greater consideration to religious, environmental, educational
and cultural projects as well as those which are intended to relieve
poverty, illness and suffering.

Achievement and performance:
The level of grants received in 2009 were at a similar level to the
previous year, and totalled £2.6 million. Of this figure and the
brought forward surplus over £3.042 million was disbursed by way of
grants and other donations to other charities and good causes. The
Trustees continue to seek to maintain a low cost ratio within the
Charity.

Donations and grants made can be broken down as follows:
Social Services and Relief – £543,994, 18%, 11 grants, the largest
being £172,499 to Action Innocence and £100,000 to Education Africa
and Prince’s Charities Foundation
Education and Training – £134,685, 4%, 3 grants
Medical Research and care – £45,582, 1%, 3 grants
Culture and the Arts – £416,300, 14%, 3 grants including £250,000 to
Royal Opera House
Religious causes – £992,187, 33%, 3 grants including £981,008 to
Armenian Apostolic Holy Church
Environmental – £909,008, 30%, 1 grant to Foundation Prince Albert 11
Individual grants for religion and Education – £340

The Trustees intend to pursue similar policies with respect to grant
making in 2010 and do not anticipate any significant deviation in the
pattern of donations, although it is anticipated that there may be a
reduction in the level of grants.”

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 697
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 245

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 18 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 21/06/2010

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The Thistle Trust
Charity Commission number: 1091327

Contact details:
Nicholas Kerr-Sheppard
PO Box 57005
30 Gresham Street
London
EC2V 7PG

Telephone: 020 3207 7338
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From information submitted to the Charity Commission: “The trustees
consider funding applications for arts projects, with particular
preference given to help young people, from all backgrounds, to have
access to the arts.”

From the trust’s annual report 2007-08: “The trustees’ policy is to
consider applications received on their individual merits. Only
successful applicants are then contacted.” In the year the trust made
25 donations totalling £64,867. The largest was £8,000 to Juventus
Lyrica Asociacion, the smallest £200 to Deep Impact Theatre Co.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 902
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 340

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 19 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 1/10/2009

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The James Wood Bequest Fund
Scottish Charity number: SC000459

Contact details:
The Trustees
Messrs Mitchells Roberton
George House
36 North Hanover Street
Glasgow
G1 2AD

Telephone: 0141 552 3422
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
The Trust funds widely across central Scotland, and seems to have a
particular preference for arts, museums and environmental causes. In
2007/08 it had an income of £79,025.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 959
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 132

Web information:
OSCR record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 20 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

*Lothian region

General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 27/07/2009

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The Barclay Foundation
Charity Commission number: 803696

Contact details:
Michael Seal
20 St James’s Street
London
SW1A 1ES

Telephone: 020 7915 0915
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
The Foundation makes grants to targeted areas of medical research. In
2009 major grants were given to Alder Hey Hospital for Children and
Great Ormond Street Hospital. The grants list classifies giving under
the headings of: medical research; aid to the young (which includes
the 2 hospitals above); aid for the elderly; aid for the sick;
disabled and disadvantaged; and the advancement of religion. In 2009
13 other grants were given totalling £2,321,701.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 353
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 20

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Details last reviewed: 15/06/2010

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The Eranda Foundation
Charity Commission number: 255650

Contact details:
The Secretary
PO Box 6226
Wing
Leighton Buzzard
LU7 0XF

Telephone: 01296 689157
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
The Foundation was created by Sir Evelyn de Rothschild. From the
Funder’s annual report 2007-08: “The objects of The Foundation are to
support charitable work in the areas of.
– the arts;
– health, welfare and medical research; and
– education

The Foundation accepts applications from registered charities only and
no applications from individuals are considered.”

In the foundation’s 2009 summary return to the Charity Commission,
there is an emphasis on “promotion of original research and
continuation of existing research into Medicine and Education;
fostering of the Arts and promotion of Social
Welfare”.

The Trustees made grants totalling £3,290,797 during the year, the
distribution being: The arts £590,955, medical health, welfare and
medical research £1,371,465 and education £1,280,220.

Organisations that have been funded include:
Arts: Historic Royal Palaces, Royal Parks Foundation, The Wallace
Collection, The Masterclass Media Foundation, Hampstead Theatre,
Cheltenham Music Festival, Chicken Shed Theatre Company, Serpentine
Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, Design Museum, The Princes Foundation
for Children and The Arts.
Health, welfare and medical research: Foundation for the Study of
Infant Deaths, Centre for Brain and Cogitative Development, Cystic
Fibrosis Trust, Royal Hospital Chelsea, Multiple Sclerosis Society,
Addaction, Reprieve.
Education: University of Buckingham Foundation, Queen’s University
Belfast, Cambridge Business School, Outward Bound Trust.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 505
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 123

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Details last reviewed: 16/06/2010

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Leith Industrial School trust
Scottish Charity number: SC009351

Contact details:
The Trustees
Norman Downie & Kerr
130 Constitution Street
Edinburgh
EH6 6AJ

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
Gives grants for the advancement of education of children and young
people in Leith. In 2007 the Trust had an income of £13,706.
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Details last reviewed: 27/07/2009

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The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1109099

Contact details:
John Rimmington
20 Berkeley Square
London
W1J 6LH

Telephone: 020 7408 2198
Fax:
email: offi[email protected]

Policy details:
From the Funder’s Summary Information Return 2009 : “Beneficiaries
belong to a wide cross section of the community and include the young,
the deprived, the disadvantaged, the disabled and the elderly. Grants
are made to registered charities only, and the principle areas of
interest are within the United Kingdom.

Grants are made as deemed appropriate with a view to making a
difference, influenced by the potential beneficiary’s application
which highlights the need, and sometimes by a fact finding visit prior
to grant award. Contact is maintained with applicants by letter,
telephone and email to evaluate their need and streamline the
response.”

The foundation’s annual report and accounts for 2008/09 state that,
“Over the last 47 years the Foundation has awarded grants of £86m.” In
2008/09 the foundation approved 434 grants totalling £2,547,605. The
foundation categorises its grants under the following headings:
Education, Arts, Religion, Community, Children and Youth, Elderly,
Health, Social Welfare, Environment, Animal Welfare, Amateur Sport,
Emergency and Armed Services, Overseas. The largest grant was £250,000
to London Youth for Hindleap Warren development.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 1111
A Guide to Local Trusts…South of England 2008/2009 edition page 38
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 344
North East Guide to Grants for Voluntary Organisations 2009/2010
edition page 167
WCVA – Small grants leaflet 7.4.1 2008 edition page 2

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*Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 21/06/2010

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The Volant Charitable Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC030790

Contact details:
Robin Fulton
PO Box 8
196 Rose Street
Edinburgh
EH2 4AT

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.volanttrust.com/

The Trust is not currently considering applications for projects
outside the UK or for applications into the causes, treatment and
possible cures of Multiple Sclerosis.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 929
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 126
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 372

Web information:
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Details last reviewed: 21/06/2010

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The Barcapel Foundation
Scottish Charity number: SC009211

Contact details:
Moira Givens
The Mews
Skelmore Castle
Skelmore
PA17 5EY

Telephone: 01475 521616
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.barcapelfoundation.org

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 353
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 25

Web information:
www.barcapelfoundation.org
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Details last reviewed: 1/09/2010

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CIBC World Markets Children’s Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1105094

Contact details:
Angela Carter
Children’s Miracle Selection Committee
CIBC World Markets
Cottons Centre, Cottons Lane
London
SE1 2QZ

Telephone: 020 7234 6000
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
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Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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The Clore Duffield Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1084412
Strand A

Contact details:
Mrs Sally Bacon
Unit 3, Chelsea Manor Studios
Flood Street
London
SW3 5SR

Telephone: 020 7351 6061
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.cloreduffield.org.uk

This strand of the funder’s record reflects its criteria for its main
funding programmes.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 433
A Guide to Local Trusts in Greater London 2008/2009 edition page 35
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 73

Web information:
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Details last reviewed: 16/06/2010

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The Prince’s Charities Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1127255

Contact details:
Stephen Lamport, Trustee
The Prince of Wales Office
St James’s Palace
London
SW1A 1BS

Telephone: 020 7930 4832
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email:

Policy details:
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Supports charities and charitable activities in which the Prince of
Wales has a particular interest. The Prince of Wales selects
charitable causes to support, but unsolicited applications will still
be considered.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 786
Environment Funding Guide 2010 edition page 181
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 288

Web information:
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Details last reviewed: 18/06/2010

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The Archie Sherman Charitable Trust
Charity Commission number: 256893

Contact details:
M J Gee
27 Berkeley House
Hay Hill
London
W1J 8NS

Telephone: 020 7493 1904
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2008/09: “The policies adopted in
furtherance of the objects of the Charity are almost exclusively to
benefit education and training, overseas aid, arts and culture,
general charitable donations and health.

The trustees review all commitments on a forward five-year basis. In
particular during the year under review, the Charity entered into the
following commitments:
Jaffa Institute -£75,000 over 3 years to support the music education
programme.
Jewish Community Secondary School -£275,000 over 5 years as a general
donation.”

Total charitable spending in the year was £1,139,512. This broke down
into Education and Training – £272,409, Overseas Aid £7,814, General
Charitable Causes £580,145, and Health £81,278. Almost all the
beneficiaries were Jewish or Israeli organisations. Exceptions were
The Southbank Centre, Royal Academy of Arts, Glyndebourne Arts Trust,
The Royal National Theatre, The Royal Opera House Foundation and the
Ear Foundation.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 855
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 328

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Details last reviewed: 21/06/2010

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The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1063945
Strand A

Contact details:
Administrator
65 Leadenhall Street
London
EC3A 2AD

Telephone: 020 7264 4990
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.trusthousecharitablefoundation.org.uk/

This strand of the funder’s record reflects its criteria for funding
in the UK. Funding for prisoners and ex-offenders is just for projects
addressing mental health issues.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 914
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 357

Web information:
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18-25 year olds

Arts and culture

Areas of social deprivation

Details last reviewed: 21/06/2010

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Callendar Charitable Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC016609

Contact details:
J A Aitkenhead
Messrs Morrisons
105 West George Street
Glasgow
G2 1QA

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This Trust has very wide charitable purposes and can fund in Scotland
and across other parts of the UK. In 2007/08 it had an income of
£93,939. An internet search reveals grants to disability organisations
and to environmental and heritage groups. Most grants are probably
given in Scotland but the Trust has funded work with homeless Scots in
London.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 405
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 32

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General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 1/10/2009

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The Carlsson Family Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1072954

Contact details:
The Trustees
3rd Floor, Dauntsey House
43 Frederick’s Place
London
EC2R 8AB

Telephone:
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.thecarlssonfamilyfoundation.co.uk

Grants go towards the health and educational welfare of disadvantaged
children and their families.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 409

Web information:
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Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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Jacobs Charitable Trust
Charity Commission number: 264942

Contact details:
Rt Hon Lord Jacobs
9 Nottingham Terrace
London
NW1 4QB

Telephone: 020 7486 6323
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
The trust has general charitable purposes. Its 2006-07 annual report
shows grants totalling £214,860. The largest grant was £60,000 to
Jewish Care and a number of other beneficiaries were Jewish or Israeli
charities. The next largest grants were £26,729 to Project Hope and
£20,000 to Norton Museum of Art in Florida. Other grants had an
American flavour – £2,560 to American Friends of the Israel Museum,
£1,553 to Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and £5,450 to John
Hopkins Medicine, for example. The National Theatre. Royal National
Opera House and Watford Palace Theatre were all funded.

In 2007-08 the total expenditure was £264,108.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 624
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 166

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Details last reviewed: 25/09/2009

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The Lord Rosebery Charitable Settlement
Scottish Charity number: SC002959

Contact details:
Dalmeny House
South Queensferry
Edinburgh
EH30 9TQ

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
The Trust supports organisations in and around Edinburgh. In 2007/08
the Trust had an income of £3,212.

Printed directories:
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 165

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General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 27/07/2009

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The Henry Smith Charity
Charity Commission number: 230102
Strand B

Contact details:
Richard Hopgood, Director
6th Floor
65 Leadenhall Street
London
EC3A 2AD

Telephone: 020 72644970
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.henrysmithcharity.org.uk

This strand of the funder’s record reflects its criteria for funding
throughout the UK. It is important to read the guidelines carefully as
many categories have qualifications and there is a long list of what
is not funded.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 863
A Guide to Local Trusts in the Midlands 2008/2009 edition page 62
A Guide to Local Trusts…South of England 2008/2009 edition page 35
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 331
North East Guide to Grants for Voluntary Organisations 2009/2010
edition page 162
The Welsh Funding Guide 2005 edition page 109
Youth Funding Guide 2009 edition page 178

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Details last reviewed: 21/06/2010

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Tay Charitable Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC001004

Contact details:
Mrs Elizabeth A Mussen
6 Douglas Terrace
Broughty Ferry
Dundee
DD5 1EA

Telephone: 01382 779923
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
The Trust funds widely across the UK, but has a preference for
Scotland, especially Dundee. In 2007/08 the Trust had an income of
£209,172.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 897
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 123
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 338

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General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 27/07/2009

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John Watson’s Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC014004

Contact details:
Iola Wilson, Administrator
The Merchants Hall
22 Hanover Street
Edinburgh
EH2 2EP

Telephone: 0131 220 1640
Fax: 0131 220 1640
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.johnwatsons.com

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 939
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 130

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Additional educational activities

Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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The John S Cohen Foundation
Charity Commission number: 241598

Contact details:
Duncan Haldane, Administrator
PO Box 21277
London
W9 2YH

Telephone: 020 7286 6921
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2008/09: “The charity carried out the
objects noted above through the award of grants and donations to
various organisations to support general charitable purposes or
charitable institutions in the United Kingdom or elsewhere. The
charity is particularly active in supporting higher education, music
and the arts, and the environment, both built and natural.

During the year the charity made grant awards totalling £395,640. The
grants were awarded to 109 organisations involved in various general,
cultural and charitable activities.”

Grant recipients ranged from Aldeburgh Music, Amnesty International,
Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society and Arts Council to Holburne
Museum, Holburne Museum, National Memorial Arboretum, Wiltshire
Wildlife Trus and the Zoological Society of London.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 439
Environment Funding Guide 2010 edition page 149
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 82

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Details last reviewed: 16/06/2010

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The Cruden Foundation
Scottish Charity number: SC004987

Contact details:
M R A Matthews, Trustee
c/o Cruden Group
Baberton House
Juniper Green
Edinburgh
EH14 3NH

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
The Foundation makes grants to a wide variety of local causes across
Scotland. In 2007/08 the Trust had an income of £386,140.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 461
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 45

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General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 27/07/2009

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The Mike Gooley Trailfinders Charity
Charity Commission number: 1048993

Contact details:
Louise Bretton
Trailfinders Ltd
9 Abingdon Road
London
W8 6AH

Telephone: 020 7938 3143
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the funder’s annual report 2007-08: “The objects of the Charity
are limited being essentially the support of the Medical Research,
Community projects which encourage young people in outdoor activities
and Armed Forces veteran organisations.

Donations and other outgoings totalled £649,232 (2007: £560,827).”

All the income for the charity comes from the Trailfinders travel
company. There is no breakdown of donations in the 2007-08 accounts
but on the company’s website it states, “Since 1995 Trailfinders has
donated over £22 Million to charity, the majority of which has been
for the benefit of Medical Research.”

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 554
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 159

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Details last reviewed: 17/06/2010

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The Erskine Cunningham Hill Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC001853

Contact details:
Mr Fred Marsh
Church of Scotland
121 George Street
Edinburgh
EH2 4YN

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This Trust funds widely across Scotland. In 2007/08 the Trust had an
income of £58,612.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 505
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 53

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*Children and young people

*Scotland

General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 27/07/2009

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KPMG Foundation
Charity Commission number: 1086518

Contact details:
Jo Clunie
KPMG
Salisbury Square House
8 Salisbury Square
London
EC4Y 8BB

Telephone: 020 7311 4733
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
rd.kpmg.co.uk/WhoWeAre/16536.htm

The Foundation’s focus is on social and educational projects for the
disadvantaged and under privileged, with particular emphasis on
unlocking the potential of children and young people, up to 30 years
of age, who for primarily social reasons have not fulfilled their
educational potential.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 647
Youth Funding Guide 2009 edition page 163

Web information:
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People who are educationally disadvantaged

Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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The MacRobert Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC031346

Contact details:
The Administrator
Cromar
Tarland
Aboyne
Aberdeenshire
AB34 4UD

Telephone: 01339 881444
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.themacroberttrust.org.uk

75% of grants go to organisations in Scotland.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 691
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 87
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 1 2010/2011 edition page 243

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Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 18/06/2010

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The McCrone Charitable Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC015385

Contact details:
Mary McTaggart
Donn Sheldon
21 Forbes Place
Paisley
PA1 1UT

Telephone:
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
The Trust has wide charitable purposes and can fund across Scotland
and other parts of the UK. In 2006/07 it had an income of £10,401.

Printed directories:
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 184

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General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 1/10/2009

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The Astor Foundation
Charity Commission number: 225708

Contact details:
The Secretary
PO Box 3096
Marlborough
Wilts
SN8 3WP

Telephone: 07901 737488
Fax:
email: [email protected]

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2008/09: “During the year under review
the trustees awarded a total of seventy grants ranging in value from
£500 to £45,000 to a range of charitable organisations in accordance
with the following grant making policy:

The primary object of the charity is medical research in its widest
sense, favouring research on a broad front rather than in specialised
fields. For guidance, this might include general medical equipment or
equipment for use in research, or grants to cover travelling and
subsistence expenses for doctors and students studying abroad.

In general, the Foundation gives preference to giving assistance with
the launching and initial stages of new projects and filling in gaps
or shortfalls.

In addition to its medical connection, historically the Foundation has
also supported initiatives for children and youth groups, the
disabled, the countryside, the arts, sport, carers groups and animal
welfare.”

Grants in the year totalled £149,750. The largest grant was £45,000 to
and £5,000 to League of Friends University College London Hospitals.
Other recipients ranged from Alzheimer’s Disease Society and Asthma UK
to Young Actors Theatre.

No ‘bricks & mortar’ grants made except in exceptional circumstances.
Mainly headquarters of organisations. No grants for salaries.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 342
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 20

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Arts and culture

Details last reviewed: 26/08/2010

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The TBH Brunner Charitable Settlement
Charity Commission number: 260604

Contact details:
T B H Brunner
2 Inverness Gardens
London
W8 4RN

Telephone: 020 7727 6277
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2009/2010: “The trustees seek to make
donations to other charities and voluntary bodies for the benefit of
Church of England preservation projects and other charities dealing
with historical preservation, both local to Oxfordshire and
nationally. The trustees may also seek to make donations to other
charities, voluntary bodies and individuals relating to the arts,
music and also for general charitable purposes.”

Grants in the year totalled £32,600. Organisations receiving the
largest sums were The Institute of Economic Affairs and Rotherfield
Greys PCC (£3,500 each). Grants of £1,000 went to: Bateman’s Trust,
York Minster, King Edward Hospital, National Centre for Early Music,
Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust, National Trust, Minority Rights
Group, Rugby Portobello Trust, REFRESH, International Musicians
Seminar Prussia Cove, Royal Theatrical Fund, National Federation of
Women’s Institutes and NHP Foundation. The smallest grants were for
£100.

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 392
A Guide to the Major Trusts – Volume 2 2010/2011 edition page 46

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 47 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

Arts and culture

General works, general charitable purposes (limited)

Details last reviewed: 15/09/2010

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The Cattanach Charitable Trust
Scottish Charity number: SC020902

Contact details:
Alison Campbell
15 Warriston Crescent
Edinburgh
EH3 5LA

Telephone: 0131 557 2052
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
This funder has its own website. Look up its details by clicking
www.cattanach.org.uk/

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 415
A Guide to Scottish Trusts 2006 edition page 36

Web information:
www.cattanach.org.uk/
OSCR record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 48 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

*Children and young people

Areas of social deprivation

Details last reviewed: 17/08/2009

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Michael Crawford Children’s Charity
Charity Commission number: 1042211

Contact details:
Kenneth Dias
124 Finchley Road
London
NW3 5JS

Telephone: 020 7433 2400
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
From the Funder’s annual report 2007-08: “The charity was established
in order to promote any charitable purposes for the benefit of
children and young people and in particular but without limitation the
relief of sickness and the relief of poverty. Grants payable for the
year amounted to £49,938. The charity made one programme related
investment during the year comprising a loan of £30,000 secured by a
fixed charge.

Donations were classified as:
Relief of sickness £42,938 (2006: £8,696)
Relief of poverty £1,000 (2006: £1,000)
Other charitable activities £6,000 (2006: £13,500)”

Printed directories:
Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2010/2011 edition page 458

Web information:
Guidestar record
Charity commission record

This funder FULLY matched your profile. It was ranked 49 of 318
It was retrieved because it has a stated interest in the following
(which in some way match the terms you entered)

*Children and young people

Details last reviewed: 30/07/2009

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The Leopold de Rothschild Charitable Trust
Charity Commission number: 212611

Contact details:
Miss Norma Watson
Rothschild Trust Corporation Ltd
New Court
St Swithin’s Lane
London
EC4P 4DU

Telephone: 020 7280 5000
Fax:
email:

Policy details:
The trust has general charitable purposes. In 2008/09 it made grants
totalling £69,367. The largest grants were: £10,000 to Glyndebourne
and Jewish Music Institute, £5,000 to the National Theatre and £1,490
to Reef Steamers. All other grants were for £1,000 or

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