Revenue grants up to £20,000 are available to registered charities based and working in the UK in the areas of hospice care, learning disability, mental health, the promotion of health and wellbeing, and homelessness. The Trust has recently announced that it is to wind down its grant-making over the next 5 years and will close in 2029.
Application deadline: none – applications may be made at any time by application form. Please note, however, that the Trust has announced it will cease its grant-making by its 50th anniversary in 2029.
Funder: The Albert Hunt Trust (founded 1979. The Trust converted to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation in 2018. Charity number 277318. Total value of all grants awarded during the year ended 5 April 2022: £1,455,500).
Who can apply: registered charities based and working in the UK.
Key words: Hospice Care, Learning Disability, Mental Health, Health and Wellbeing, Homelessness, United Kingdom.
The Albert Hunt Trust has announced that its is to wind down its grant-making with a view to closing the Trust in 2029, its 50th anniversary. It is the second major trust to announce its closure in recent weeks after Lankelly Chase said it was also planning to cease its grant-making operation over the next 5 years.