The Hampstead Wells
and Campden Trust
The principle objectives of The Hampstead Wells and Campden Trust are to relieve need and reduce poverty in the Trust’s area of benefit.
We make grants to organisations and individuals. In addition, approximately 100 elderly people receive regular awards from the Trust.
The Trust provides for grants to be made
To help persons who are sick, convalescent, disabled or infirm
To help either generally or individually, persons who are in need and who suffer hardship or distress
To assist organisations or institutions providing services or facilities which help relieve need or distress
Grants to individuals can only be made to residents of the former Metropolitan Borough of Hampstead (the Area of Benefit). A temporary stay in Hampstead, or in hospital in the area is not in itself a sufficient qualification. Grants cannot be made towards the payment of taxes, including Council Tax, nor the payment of fines.
Trustees are also unable to offer assistance with course or school fees.
Organisations serving a wider area, but whose activities can be shown to benefit Hampstead residents among others, may apply for help, as well as those specifically assisting Hampstead residents.