Grants for UK registered charities working with disadvantaged young people, the advancement of education, ex-offenders or young people at risk of offending, and people with physical and mental health challenges.

Application deadline: none – applications may be made at any time.
Funder: The Chesterhill Charitable Trust (founded 2016. Charity number: 1172659. Total grants allocated during the period 28 August 2016 to 31 March 2018: £108,200).

The Chesterhill Charitable Trust is a relatively new grant-making trust that has just produced its first set of annual accounts.

The Trust's charitable objects are:

o The relief of financial hardship, either generally or individually, of disadvantaged young people living in the UK or abroad.
o To assist in such ways as the charity trustees think fit any charity in the UK or abroad whose aims include the advancement of education for persons under the age of 25 by developing their mental, physical and moral capabilities.
o To assist either generally or individually in the rehabilitation of young offenders and young people who are at risk of offending by such means as the trustees may determine to develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals, and
o To promote and protect the physical and mental health of people with cancer, dementia or physical and/or mental disabilities and their families and carers.


Please note: the Trust does not maintain a website. Further information is, however, available on the Charity Commission website.

For details about how to apply for a grant, contact the Trust at:

The Chesterhill Charitable Trust
10 Wood Street

(The Trust does not advertise an email address or a phone number.)

(Source: GRIN)

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Unit 30
Ddole Road Industrial Estate
Llandrindod Wells

01597 822 191

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