Manchester Guardian Society Charitable Trust

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Aims/priorities: The Manchester Guardian Charitable Trust is a grant making charity, which makes donations to a wide variety of community based organisations in the Greater Manchester area. The Trustees are particularly interested in the following:

  • Organisations for young people e.g. scouts, guides, youth organisations
  • Provision for the sick and disabled
  • Assistance for groups providing for the elderly and disadvantaged members of society
  • Support for educational initiatives by arts organisations particularly for children and young people
  • Community associations
  • Organisations providing services for people in Greater Manchester

Who can apply? Small community groups with charitable aims that are based and working within Greater Manchester

Grant amount: Most grants awarded are between £250 and £2,000

Deadline: Applications will be considered any time of year

Application process: Applications must be made by post on the Manchester Guardian Society’s own application form and 13 copies in total should be supplied. Contact Manchester Guardian Charitable Trust to request an application form.

Contact information: Tel: 0161 934 6190 Email: [email protected]

Post: Joe Swift, Clerk to the Trustees, Manchester Guardian Society Charitable Trust, Addleshaw Goddard LLP, 100 Barbirolli Square, Manchester, M2 3AB