The Chapman Charitable Trust (CCT) is seeking applications for its Grant Program.
The CCT was established on 30th October 1963 by the settlor, Mrs Marjorie Chapman. Her two sons, John and Roger, were the original trustees and the current trustees include one of her two sons, a grandson, a granddaughter and two great-grandsons.
- Most of grants are £1,000 or £2,000.
CCT focus new grants on charities:
- Promoting physical and mental wellbeing
- Conserving natural environment and promoting the sustainable use of resources
- Increasing the accessibility of the arts, especially for young people.
CCT will support:
- National charities, including Scottish charities, if they operate across the UK
- Local charities only if their beneficiaries or activities are located in the areas shown in red on the map, ie in North Wales or South East England. The South East means Greater London, Herts, Cambs, Essex, Kent, East and West Sussex, Surrey and Hants.
- CCT only support registered UK charities and if applicants are not a UK charity then regretfully CCT cannot consider an application from applicants (unless are an educational or research establishment with charitable status).
- Examples of applications CCT will not consider include those related to:
- Individuals and their welfare, whether in the UK or abroad, including sponsorship of education, research or travel
- Community Interest Companies (CICs)
- Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs)
- Cooperative Societies and not-for-profit organisations