Dorset Charitable Trusts – Search Results

Dorset Trust Search is a searchable directory of local registered charitable trusts which distribute grants to support local groups and individuals across Dorset.

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Almshouse Charity

Area(s) of Dorset: West Dorset
Issues: Children and young people, Disability, Education, General, Older People
Contact: Mrs Anthea Susan Gillings, Swansmead, Riverway, Charmouth, Dorset, DT6 6LS

Charmouth Almshouse charity provides assistance where necessary to residents living within the parish boundary i.e. financial difficulties due to theft, loss of job, accident, hospital stay, desertion or a death. Annual grocery vouchers to those deemed in need. Help with school uniforms – college and university grants.

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Tender Loving Care (Dorset) Luke Brown Memorial Fund

Area(s) of Dorset: Bournemouth, Dorset, Poole
Issues: Children and young people, Disability
Contact: Tender Loving Care (Dorset) Luke Brown Memorial Fund, Flat 67, Bath Hill Court, Bath Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 2HT
Website: www.tender-loving-care.org.uk

Relieve children suffering from serious and fatal childhood diseases, children with severe physical, mental disabilities and under-privileged abused or neglected children.

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Hangers Heroes The Small Charities Charity

Area(s) of Dorset: Dorset
Issues: General
Contact: Mrs Nina Hanger, 4 Thornlow Close, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 9GJ
Website: www.hangersheroes.co.uk

The provision of such grants and donations for such charitable associations, bodies and organisations as the trustees in their absolute discretion shall think fit. The charity will only make donations where it can be deemed to make a significant difference.

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The Chesil Trust

Area(s) of Dorset: Weymouth and Portland
Issues: Children and young people, Disability, Education, Environment, General
Contact: Mr Thomas Grainger, Osprey Quay, Portland, Dorset, DT5 1SA
Email: [email protected]

To promote the advancement of education of persons who are young or disabled by providing or assisting in the provision of facilities for training in sailing and seamanship and other water and land based activities. To provide or assist in the provision of facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation and leisure time occupation for the benefit of the inhabitants of Weymouth and Portland and the rest of the united kingdom with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants and without prejudice to the generality of clause to promote any other charitable purposes for the benefit of the inhabitants of the county of Dorset as that county is constituted for administrative purposes at the date of this deed as the trustees shall from time to time in their discretion determine.

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Thomas Hardye Foundation

Area(s) of Dorset: West Dorset
Issues: Children and young people, Education
Contact: Mr A C W Day, Thomas Hardye School, Queens Avenue, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 2ET
Email: [email protected]

Assisting the governors for the time being of the school to discharge their obligations. Providing for the school such benefits of any kind not normally provided by the local education authority.

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Shipton Gorge Heritage Ltd

Area(s) of Dorset: West Dorset
Issues: Environment
Contact: Mrs Mary Jane Boughton, Gullivers, Shipton Gorge, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 4LP
Website: www.shiptongorgeheritage.org.uk

Preserve the historical architectural and constructional heritage that may exist in and around the parish of Shipton Gorge Dorset in buildings including any structure or erection and any part of a building so defined of particular beauty.

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The Steve Charles Help A Friend Fund

Area(s) of Dorset: Dorset
Issues: Children and young people, Disability, General, Health, Older People
Contact: Mr Ben King, 477 Littlemoor Road, Weymouth, Dorset, DT3 5NX
Website: www.hafhaf.co.uk

To relieve sickness and to promote and protect good health for the public benefit by providing financial assistance to those in need within Dorchester and the surrounding villages to pay for extra medical expenses and transport to and from hospital.

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The Dorset Shrieval Charitable Trust

Area(s) of Dorset: Dorset
Issues: General
Contact: Mrs Katharine Jones, Humphries Kirk, 40 High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1UR

To promote for the benefit of the public in the Bailiwick of Dorset, poverty or social and economic circumstances, through providing support and recreational and leisure time activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities.

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The Dorset Garden Trust

Area(s) of Dorset: Dorset
Issues: Environment, General
Contact: Mr Anthony Whale, Lake Farm, Urless Farm, Corscombe, Dorset, DT2 0NP
Email: [email protected]

To promote the education of the public on matters connected with the arts and sciences of garden land and to preserve, enhance create and recreate for the education and enjoyment of the public whatever garden land may exist at present or may have existed.

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William Holy Hasted Trust

Area(s) of Dorset: North Dorset
Issues: Children and young people, Education
Contact: Mr Julian Litchfield, Milton Abbey School, Blandford Forum, Dorset, DT11 0BZ

The trustees shall hold the capital and income of the trust fund upon trust to apply the income, and all or such part or parts of the capital, at such time or times and in such manner, to or for the promotion of education and, in particular, the creation of scholarships or bursaries or prizes to be awarded to pupils at Milton Abbey School. The trustees shall hold the capital and income of the trust fund upon trust to apply the income, and all or such part or parts of the capital, at such time or times and in such manner, to or for the benefit of such exclusively charitable purposes and objects in any part of the world as the trustees may in their discretion think fit.

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