How to apply for a Grant

           COVID-19 Update March 2021

 

St Faith's Trust continued to make donations throughout 2020 and donated £214,500 to Surrey based Charities that it knows well and has worked with in the past. We remain very keen to hear from those that have not been in touch to see if we can help.

 

Unfortunately, until the current restrictions are lifted, we are unable to visit and meet with applicants, and are therefore unable to consider requests from new Organisations where we have no history of support, but sincerely hope this will change as the year progresses. 

What sort of things do we Support?

OUR PURPOSE AND AIMS

Helping children in Surrey since 1935

 

The original Trust Deed was updated in 1996 and sets out the Trusts objective as "to relieve children and young people (up to age 18) in the County of Surrey in conditions of need, hardship or distress" and in particular "to co-operate with or make grants to other charities, voluntary bodies and local authorities in Surrey, who are working towards the same objective".



Grants and donations

 

Each year the Trust donates around £200,000 to projects and good causes that meet the objectives of the Charity.  The Trust likes to support specific projects where there is a clear outcome and/or benefit.  To find out more about the types of thing we support then click on the 'Projects and Support' button above.

 

 

A recent donation....

The Trust has recently approved a donation of £20,000 toward the establishment of a sensory room at St John's School Dorking

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