Hedley Foundation grants for charities working with young people

Hedley Foundation grants for charities working with young people 10 November 2017 The Hedley Foundation makes grants to small UK registered charities working with young people in the areas of recreation, sport, training, health and welfare, support and outdoor education of young people. "The Foundation is particularly keen on open air and adventure-type activities and the funding of appropriate kit and equipment. The Foundation is keen to support small charities which can demonstrate achievement in persuading and deterring at-risk young people from proceeding further down the pathway to custody. "A secondary aim is to assist small charities helping with disabled and terminally ill young people through funding for specialist equipment, organised respite breaks. The Foundation also supports young carers." Exclusions The Foundation will not fund appeals for general funding, salaries, deficit, core revenue or transport. building works or refurbishment. churches, cathedrals or museums. Interested? Find out how to apply. "Last year the Foundation received 712 applications, of which less than two-thirds were within our criteria. We made 271 grants (averaging £3,000). Applicants should not be surprised or too disappointed if they are unsuccessful."  . This content is © Bfunded 2017.
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