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The Trust is in the process of sending out 633 Sainsbury’s Shopping Vouchers to 23 local agencies for them to distribute to families and individuals in need over the Christmas season. Additional large grants have been confirmed: £10,000 to the Three Acres Community Play Project and £8,000 towards Age UK Camden’s NW3 Good Neighbour Scheme.… Continue reading

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The Trust has just distributed 473 Electrical and Home Starter Packs to families and individuals in our area of benefit. Since August we have given 39 individual grants to people in need for household and electrical items, children’s clothing, beds, funeral costs, debt repayment and course books amongst others. Small organisational grants have been awarded… Continue reading

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Latest Grant News

Recent grants made by the Trust include: £4,500 to Fleet Primary School for a Literacy Project £5,000 to Parliament Hill School for a Wellbeing Project £5,000 to the Young Women’s Trust to support disadvantaged women into work £5,000 to Centre 404 for sessions in Swiss Cottage School £3,047 to Coram Beanstalk for reading sessions in… Continue reading

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Latest Grant News

Here are some examples of the Trust’s grant expenditure in Quarter 3 (April – June 2019) £25,000 to the Citizens Advice Camden Debt Advice Project for their targeted debt advice work in our area of benefit. A grant of £5,000 was awarded to fund a holiday play scheme for disadvantaged children at Sidings Community Centre.… Continue reading

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Grants awarded 1st October 2018 – 31st March 2019

Here are some examples of how the Trust has been awarding grants during the first half of our financial year (31st October 2018– 31st March 2019) A grant of £7,000 was awarded to CARIS Camden Families to run a weekly homework club for children living in temporary hostel accommodation. A grant of £12,000 to the… Continue reading

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New Focus of Grant Making Strategy

Dear Colleague The Trustees of The Hampstead Wells and Campden Trust have recently undertaken a review of its grant making policies and procedures. As you may be aware, the main remit of the Trust is poverty alleviation, and we wish to ensure that all our grant making is compatible with that remit. As a result… Continue reading

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