THE FRAZER TRUST

Small grants, usually for either £2,000 or £2,500, are available to a wide range of charitable causes in England and Wales.
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Application deadlinenone – applications may be made at any time in writing.
FunderThe Frazer Trust (founded 1939. Charity number 235311. Total value of all grants awarded during the year ended 30 September 2022: £536,350 (2021: £531,100)).
Who can apply: registered charities in England and Wales.
Key wordsChildren, Youth, Elderly and Infirm, Hospitals and Home, Deaf, Blind, Disabled,
Mental Health, Medical and Other Research, Maritime, Armed Forces, Caring Organisations:
Other Trusts, Funds and Voluntary Organisations, Schools and Colleges,  Leisure Activities, Animals and Wildlife, Religious Organisations, England, Wales.

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Also known as the Joseph Strong Frazer Trust, the Frazer Trust provides small grants to a wide range of charitable causes in England and Wales. The stated aim of the Trust is to “support a very wide number of good causes and charitable objects”.

During the year ended 30th September 2022, the Trust awarded 323 grants totalling £536,350 (2021: £531,100). All grants made were for either £2,000 or £2,500, categorised as follows:

Children: 29 grants totalling £45,000 (2021: £49,500).
Youth: 28 grants totalling £36,600 (2021: £35,600).
Old and infirm: 3 grants totalling £5,000 (2021: £7,000).
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ospitals and home (and connected activities): 24 grants totalling £42,250 (2021: £39,500).
Deaf and blind: 17 grants totalling £34,000 (2021: £33,000).
Disabled: 13 grants totalling £22,000 (2021: £22,500).
Mentally handicapped: 5 grants totalling £8,500 (2021: £8,000).
Medical and other research: 64 grants totalling £119,000 (2021: £125,000).
Maritime: 13 grants totalling £18,000 (2021: £18,500).
Armed Forces: 8 grants totalling £14,500 (2021: £14,000).
Caring organisations: 48 grants totalling £72,000 (2021: £70,500).
Other trusts, funds and voluntary organisations: 31 grants totalling £51,500 (£45,500).
Schools and colleges: 4 grants totalling £4,000 (2021: £3,500).
Leisure activities, animals and wildlife: 25 grants totalling £43,500 (2021: £42,500, and
Religious bodies: 11 grants totalling £20,500 (2021: £16,500).

A list of all grant recipients can be found on pages 15-19 of the Trust’s annual accounts.

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

Applications may be made at any time in writing.

Contact details for the Trust are:

Mr R M H Read
Chair
The Frzer Trust
First Floor
One Strawberry Lane
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4BX
Email: jsf@joseph-miller.co.uk