Small grants are available to registered charities and individuals across the UK to enable people with a disability to take an active part in gardening and other leisure activities.
Application deadline: none – applications may be made at any time using the application form available on the Trust’s website.
Funder: The Gardening with Disabilities Trust (formerly the Gardening for the Disabled Trust. Founded 1968. Charity number 255066. Total value of all grants awarded during the year ended 31 December 2021: £57,321 (2020: £41,406)).
Who can apply: individuals and registered charities across the UK
Key words: Disability/Disabled, Gardening, United Kingdom.
The Gardening with Disabilities Trust, which changed its name from the Gardening for the Disabled Trust in 2021, aims to “relieve the suffering and distress of people with disabilities by enabling them to take an active part in gardening and other leisure activities”. The Trust’s patron is the broadcaster, journalist and gardener, Alan Titchmarsh.
The Trust awards small grants to charitable organisations and institutions all over the United Kingdom in order that they may continue to garden despite advancing illness, age or disability whether mental or physical.