SUPPORT FOR CHARITABLE ORGANISATIONS DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
The governors of St Edmunds Trust are wanting to support charitable organisations during the pandemic, and are willing to make donations to organisations that are supporting people who have health and medical needs. The usual three-month deadlines are being relaxed in order for organisations to apply and obtain funding quickly to support their beneficiaries.
Please use the application form, or alternatively contact Hazel Pidsley e-mail email@example.com to discuss your project.
Welcome to the St Edmunds Trust website www.stedmundstrust.co.uk
We give grants to charitable organisations involved in the care or treatment of sick or disabled people.
The area we cover is loosely defined by the borders of West Suffolk, and includes the towns of Bury St Edmunds, Mildenhall, Haverhill, Newmarket and Sudbury.
Recent grants have been to:
Achieving Aspirations CIC - £13,764 for purchase and installation of a wheelchair swing and grass safety mats.
Bridge Project, Sudbury - £22,000 for 2 access ramps and power assisted doors
St Edmundsbury Newstalk Association - £1,902.00 for a duplicator
Deafblind UK - £509.64 to fund ‘Open Hand’ publication for West Suffolk members
Motor Neurone Disease Association - £2,000 for equipment loan for beneficiaries
British Red Cross - £11,700 to purchase wheelchairs, mobility aids and PPE equipment
Bury St Edmunds Womens Aid - £22,300 for costs for a mental health social worker
Friends of Exning School - £20,602 to purchase for lighting equipment and radio microphones for children with special educational needs.
Gatehouse Caring in East Anglia - £1,348 to purchase Universal Double Dollies
Macmillan Cancer Support - £15,000 to support small grants for people with cancer in West Suffolk
Suffolk Community Foundation - £15,000 to the Martineau Care Fund to support individuals with health and medical needs in West Suffolk.
REACT - £6,559 for equipment for terminally ill children in West Suffolk and Sudbury
Riverwalk School - £20,225 to purchase equipment for pupils attending the school.
St. Nicholas Hospice Care - £4087.98 to purchase equipment for the ward.
Upbeat Heart Support - £8,784 for instructor and cardiac nurse.