Grants2018-02-02T13:39:36+00:00

HOW TO APPLY

The charities must comply with the terms of their scheme when considering grants. To find out more about the qualifying criteria and making an application, complete our easy-to-use online quiz.

GRANTS

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS TO INDIVIDUALS can be made to people living in the area of benefit outlined on the page relating to educational grants. There are special provisions for present and past pupils of the Lady Elizabeth Hastings schools in Collingham, Ledston and Thorp Arch.

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS TO SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS can be made in the area of benefit outlined on the page relating to educational grants. Community groups must have been principally established for education, including social and physical education; scouts  & guides and sports clubs are among those that qualify.

GRANTS TO RELIEVE NEED, HARDSHIP OR DISTRESS are restricted to residents of the ecclesiastical parishes of Collingham with Harewood, Ledsham with Fairburn and Thorp Arch.

ECCLESIASTICAL GRANTS have an affinity with the former counties of Yorkshire, Westmorland, Cumberland and Northumberland and relate principally to the work of the Church of England. Financial assistance is given to clergy and their families. Grants are also made for repairs to six churches named in the charity scheme.