Type: Individuals and Organisations
Focus: Grants are made to assist young persons in education, including at an individual level, scholarships, maintenance allowances, travel awards and grants for equipment.
Funding Available: At discrepancy of trustees
Funding Cycle: Applications may be submitted at any time.
Areas Covered: Aylesbury Vale
Grants are available for voluntary and community groups, clubs, charities, schools and individuals based in Aylesbury towards education, one-off projects, relief in need and for the general benefit of Aylesbury town residents.
- The objectives of the charity are the provision of almshouses, educational funding for persons under 25 and relief in need.
As a guide, grants paid totalled £742,086 in the financial year ending 31 December 2015.
Voluntary and community groups, clubs, charities, schools and individuals based in Aylesbury town can apply.
Applications for educational grants must be for students under 25 years.
The scheme cannot fund items that are covered by another organisation under statutory obligations.
At a wider level, grants are made to the LEA for Aylesbury schools to fund equipment in addition to that which can be provided by the authority.
Relief in Need grants are awarded to persons suffering need, hardship or distress.
Applications may be submitted at any time.
Application forms are available on request from the Trust either by collection or by sending a self addressed envelope.
Clerk to the Trustees
William Harding’s Charity
14 Bourbon Street
- 01296 318501
- Contact William Harding’s Charity