The Magdalen Hospital Trust
All applications must be through a registered charity.
Who can benefit?
Deprived children and young adults (regardless of gender) up to 25 years old; those in care, fostered and adopted; parents and children; families in need; and people disadvantaged by poverty.
What is Funded?
Projects for deprived and disabled children and young people, with priority for literacy, special needs education, training for work and personal development; clubs; crime prevention; emergency care; play schemes; and counselling.
What is NOT Funded?
No grants to non-registered charities, individuals, charities with an annual income in excess of £150,000 or national charities.
Types of Grants
Grants are usually one-off and project-based. We are happy to consider established or start-up organisations.
Range of Grants
Grants are normally within the range £500-£2,000.
Applying for a Grant
The Trustees for the Magdalen Hospital Trust meet twice a year, once in late May and once in late November. Applications to be considered in the May meeting must be received by the Correspondent by the end of March; applications for the November meeting must be received by the end of September. Applications which miss the application deadline but meet our criteria above, may be asked to resubmit their application for consideration at the following meeting. Similarly, if an application is considered potentially suitable for a grant but there are already too many applications for either of the Trustees' meetings, applicants may be asked to resubmit their application for consideration at the next meeting.
Alternatively, if you would like to contact us directly to discuss your requirements in more detail, then please contact the Correspondent by e-mail or by telephone on 01903 217108.