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The Treebeard Trust

Grants for generally up to £50,000 over 1 or more years, are available to UK registered charities and social enterprises working in the areas of environment, social justice and vulnerable communities.

Who can apply: UK charitable organisations and social enterprises.

Key words: Environment, Sustainable Planet, Social Justice, Systems Change, Vulnerable Communities, Refugees and Vulnerable Migrants, Violence Against Women and Girls, United Kingdom.

The Treebeard Trust supports transformational initiatives which have the potential to create a fairer society. It does so primarily through financial investments (i.e. grants) in partner organisations, both charities and other social enterprises.

The Trust’s primary areas of focus are:

  • Violence against women and girls.
  • Refugees and vulnerable migrants, and
  • The environment.

During the last 12 months, the Trust has continued to grow its portfolio of partners working to tackle violence against women and girls, with a particular focus on supporting specialist organisations led by, and working to support, black and minoritised women and girls.

The Trust’s website lists the following 4 investment themes:

  • Social justice.
  • Sustainable planet.
  • Systems change, and
  • Vulnerable communities.
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