Hilden Charitable Trust
Grants available for: work relating to asylum seekers and refugees, homelessness, penal affairs, and community based initiatives benefiting disadvantaged 16-25 year olds.
Size of grants given: Average grant size is around £5,000
Deadline: Applications accepted at any time, but they publish their meeting dates on their website – next one is 16/03/17
Aims of Fund
To address disadvantage by supporting community organisations working in areas which are less likely to raise funds elsewhere.
Who can apply
Community based charities, and community organisations with charitable purposes. Grants are rarely given to well funded national charities.
How much and what can you apply for
The trust have a preference for giving grants towards general core costs.
Their current priorities are::
- Penal Affairs
- Asylum seekers and refugees
- Community based initiatives for disadvantaged young people aged 16-25
On average grants are for around £5,000.
The trust also have a separate grant scheme specifically for community summer play schemes. See our listing for Hilden Summer Play Scheme fund.
How to apply
Complete the application form on their website.
Deadlines for application
Applications are accepted at any time, but are considered at Trustee meetings. The dates of these meetings, and the final date that you can submit an application for consideration at a meeting, are published on the website. The next one is 16/03/17.
Contact detailsThe Hilden Charitable Fund
34 North End Road
W14 0SH 0207 6031525
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