Trust & Foundation Funding - January 2019 | Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council

by James Clarke
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Sylvia Waddilove Foundation

Sylvia Waddilove Foundation provides grants to charitable organisations for new projects relating to education, music composition and performances, herbal medicine, medical research, disability, the assistance of the elderly and farming.

 

Baily Thomas Charitable Fund

The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund was established primarily to aid the research into learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability by making grants to registered charities (only) working in this field.

 

Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation

The aims of the Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation are broad, although particular emphasis is placed on causes that support the following areas: the care, welfare and support of children (including education); the promotion of health, welfare and the advancement of medical services; the relief of poverty, indigence and distress; the care, welfare and support of the aged, infirm, handicapped and disabled; and the support of the arts.

 

Rayne Foundation – Rayne Grants – UK

The Rayne Foundation looks for creative ways of tackling entrenched social issues through the arts, health, wellbeing, and education. They support projects that can be replicated and led by people with vision, and encourage applications that apply to their evolving list of areas of special interest, which are available on the website.

 

Mark Leonard Trust

Environmental education in the UK, particularly projects finding practical ways of involving children and young adults; Youth work that supports the rehabilitation of young people involved in anti-social or criminal activities, and helps remove the barriers to social inclusion.