Grants of up to £2,000. Available for registered charities in England, Scotland and Wales for environmental causes and the preservation of wildlife. Since the focus is particularly in rural areas in the UK, Cornwall has a good chance. The Trust’s Large Grants scheme is also currently open to applications, offering a maximum grant of up to £50,000.
Application deadline: applications for Small Grants and the The Martin Wills Wildlife Maintenance Trust may be made at any time. They are reviewed on a monthly basis. The Trust also operates a Large Grants programme which opens for 2 years in every 7. The Large Grants programme opened in January 2023 and has a deadline for applications of Sunday 1st December2024.
Funder: The HDH Wills 1965 Charitable Trust (founded 2006. Charity number 1117747. Total value of grants allocated during the year ending 31 March 2022: £183,980 (2021: £125,159; 2020: £119,500)).
Who can apply: registered charities in England, Scotland and Wales.
Key words: Revenue, Capital Project Grants, Environment, Conservation, Woodland, Flora, Rural Areas, Overseas, England, Scotland, Wales.
The HDH Wills 1965 Charitable Trust is an environmental and conservation grant-making Trust that generally awards small revenue, capital and project grants to registered charities in England, Scotland and Wales.