The Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation

Grants between £500 and £20,000 for registered charities in England and Wales working in the areas of the advancement of religion, support for young people, sport, the arts, people who are mentally and physically disadvantaged, and the elderly.

The Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation provides grant support to registered charities in England and Wales that are working to:

o Advance region.
o Support young people.
o Support people who are physically and mentally disadvantaged to live a fulfilling life in the community, including participating in sport and the arts, 
and
o Provide services for the elderly.

The Foundation is particularly interested in awarding grants that will benefit the vulnerable, the young and the elderly.

While there is no minimum or maximum award level, grants are normally between £500 and £20,000.  There is no requirement for match funding.

During the year ending 31 December 2017 the Foundation made 39 grants totalling £94,8874. The average grant award was £2,433.

A list of all grant awards made during the year can be viewed on pages 10 and 11 of the Foundation’s annual accounts.

Applications may be made at any time via the application form available on the Foundation’s website, where further information about the work of the Foundation can also be found.

Once completed, the application form must be submitted by email.

The Foundation meets regularly to review applications.

Contact details for the Foundation are:

Ms B Jungr and Mr R Ward
Trustees
The Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation
843 Finchley Road
London
NW11 8NA
Tel: 020 8458 7427
Email: info@ernesthechtcharitablefoundation.org

(Source: GRIN)

Where to find us

Llandrindod Wells Office

Unit 30
Ddole Road Industrial Estate
Llandrindod Wells
Powys
LD1 6DF

01597 822 191

Newtown Office

Plas Dolerw
Milford Road
Newtown
Powys
SY16 2EH

01686 626 220

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