Robert Barr's Charitable Trust
The trust supports the relief of poverty, aid for the aged, the infirm and handicapped, the advancement of education, the provision of recreational facilities and the preservation of buildings or other items of national or historic interest. The Trustees also tend to favour capital projects rather than running costs.
Categories of funding include:
- child and adult welfare
- environment and conservation
- animal welfare
- medical research and support
- research and education
- international welfare
Geographical areas funded: Scotland
- Type of funding:
- Type of cost:
- Capital, Revenue
Fund award sizes
Notes on award amounts: Premium information
When to apply
The Trustees meet annually in March to consider all applications received.
How to apply
Apply in writing to the funder.
Activites funded: Animal welfare Arts & culture Community facilities Community safety Disaster & emergency services Education & training Environment General charitable activities Health care & wellbeing Sport & physical activity Recreation & social activities Research Social care & welfare
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