Charitable Trust - Grants Application
The CLA Charitable Trust was founded in 1980 and helps to provide facilities for the disabled to take part in country sports and recreation and training in agriculture and horticulture. It also promotes education in the countryside for disadvantaged children and young people.
The Trustees give grants and awards, focusing on smaller projects where the grant makes a real contribution to the success of that project.
Applications should be for a specific project or item of capital equipment rather than on-going running costs. The Trustees do not give grants to individuals and the average grant is in the region of £2,500.
Applicants should make every effort to ensure that their application is within the guidelines of the Trust and in order to save time and cost to the charity, ineligible applications will not be acknowledged. Applications will not be accepted by email.
All applications must be made in writing and include the following:
Please send your completed application to Peter Geldart LLM, Director, CLA Charitable Trust, Caunton Grange, Caunton, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG23 6AB.
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