The Trust’s Objectives were first set out by the Founders in 1968 and then modified by a Deed of Declaration in 1992. They promote:-
The health, welfare and education of the general public
The study and appreciation of agriculture, horticulture, silviculture and land and estate management
The study and appreciation of ecology & land conservation, and
The study and appreciation of forms of agricultural practice or land management that would encourage the preservation of the countryside.
The NSPCC has a research fund available for smaller organisations to demonstrate the impact of their work. We are calling for expressions of interest from organisations (with an annual budget up to £10m) to help build the evidence base on what works in helping children get back on track after abuse. The deadline for the one-page submission is 2 November.
The NSPCC is committed to growing the evidence base on what works in helping children get back on track after abuse and neglect. We continue to demonstrate our own impact but also wish to promote the evidence base across the board. The funding is offered to build evidence on:
what sort of help is effective in improving outcomes for children with the experience of abuse or neglect, and/or,
how the work of an organisation(s) delivering services to children who have experienced abuse or neglect has an impact on the wider child protection system.
This scheme offers grants for schools in challenging circumstances to organise their own events as part of British Science Week. There are two options available:
Kick Start grant: A grant of up to £300 for your school to run an activity
Kick Start More grant: A grant of up to £700 for your school to host a science event or activity which involves your students and the local community
BSW Community Grants
This scheme offers £500-£1000 grants for community groups that work directly with audiences who are traditionally under-represented and currently not engaged in science activity.
Engaging people in your worthy cause can be hard work. Getting guests, visitors, delegates and attendees to your event, function, gathering or venue is always hard work. But getting the most from them once they are there should not be hard work too! And it no longer is, thanks to DONATE™.
Try for Change aims to help people reach their goals and fulfil their potential, whilst delivering long-term benefits to the wider community. Proposals to the large grants programme must demonstrate wider social outcomes and not just focus on increasing participation in rugby. Proposals must , therefore, ork towards at least one of the following Try for Change outcomes:
1. Increase community cohesion or social integration
2. Improve educational attainment
3. Increase employability
4. Reduce involvement in gangs and/or reduce the risk of re-offending
5. Improve mental and physical health
Our financial giving is aimed at supporting projects, activities and organisations that have charitable aims and will be of real direct benefit to families. The support we provide should reach charities and organisations delivering work which aligns with our priorities and has a direct and tangible social impact on families.
We will support organisations that focus on solving significant social issues, as defined through Families Matter.
The aim of the trustees is to support charities in the fields of medical research, education and the arts. In addition, social welfare is supported, especially work known to the trustees. If charities work locally, priority is given to those in Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire. We support registered charities, including Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) and those correctly registered as charities in their own countries.