The Ashworth Charitable Trust is a small grant-making charity. It was created primarily to support humanitarian causes operating locally, nationally and internationally. For the most part, the Trust looks to fund projects and not core funding.
The objects of the trust are to protect animals and to promote and encourage practical work in preventing animal cruelty and the relief of animal suffering.
The trustees support five categories - Arts & Heritage; Education; Environment; Health; Social or Economic Disadvantage.
Opened: 16 Jan 2024
Next deadline: 11 Apr 2024
Supports charities benefiting the wellbeing of older people, and smaller charities based in Glasgow and the west of Scotland who support and assist younger people.
The Whirlwind Charitable Trust provide grants for disadvantaged children sailing and a wide range of other outdoor and marine-related pursuits and projects.
Provides essential support to protect and enhance churches and Christian charity buildings, ensuring their continued use, viability, and the safeguarding of their heritage.
Supports projects by Christian organisations that will make a positive and transformative impact on lives and communities.
Supports projects for the relief of human suffering in the UK and overseas with a particular interest in projects that also promote spiritual welfare.
Next deadline: 1 Mar 2024
The Trustees have wide discretion as to which charities the trust supports. They fund activities falling within their charitable purposes of: poverty, education, health, saving of lives, sport, and recreational facilities and activities.
The Trustees have two main areas of interest: projects that demonstrate a Christian approach to the practical, educational and spiritual needs of people of all ages and the adaptation of Church properties.