A grant from a charitable trust can have an amazing impact on the lives of a young person with a learning disability.
Gifts from trusts and foundations are a crucial source of income for halow, with every grant making a difference. Whether it’s a small gift from a family trust, to a major grant from a national funder, your support will be put to the very best use to help young people with a learning difficulty achieve their full potential.
We can offer your trust or foundation:
- The opportunity to support our work, or to fund a specific project or area of our work.
- Regular updates on the impact your support has on the lives of young people.
- Invitations to bespoke events with the chance to meet some of our key staff and trustees.
- An organised visit for you to see first-hand the difference your support is making.
- Appropriate recognition of grants by naming opportunities and public communications.
Our charitable trust partners
halow are indebted to the trusts and foundations that have supported us in recent years, including:
‘On a recent visit to the halow Project, I was particularly impressed and excited by the partnership between A Reason to Get Up and Birtley House care home. It is such a creative idea to give young people the task of nurturing the beautiful vegetable gardens at the home, and then to plan and prepare delicious meals with the fresh produce to share with the care home residents, definitely a win-win situation!
We are delighted that our recent financial donation has contributed to this collaboration and support for the young people’- Sally Borrow, The Borrows Charity Trust
A huge thank you to the trusts and foundations that support our work. Your support makes all the difference in the world. As a small charity, every grant goes a long way and really does help change the lives and futures of the young people we work with.
Thank you particularly to those trusts and foundations that have recently made a grant or pledge to halow.
The ACT Foundation, the Alchemy Foundation, the Borrows Charitable Trust, the Community Foundation for Surrey, the DCR Allen Charitable Trust, the Edith Murphy Foundation, the Hedley Foundation, the James Wise Charitable Trust, No Fear Bridge, the Rowan Bentall Charitable Trust, the Tampon Tax, the Woodroffe Benton Foundation.
If you have a connection with a local or national charitable trust, we would love to hear from you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01483 447 960.