Providing Holidays From the Heart

 

 

 

The Leathersellers Company Charitable Fund gave a £1,000 grant in September 2021. 

The Leathersellers Company is one of the ancient Livery Companies of the City of London, founded by royal charter in 1444 with authority to control the sale of leather within the City.

The Company no longer has this regulatory role and instead devotes its energies to support for charity, education and the British leather trade.

National Lottery Awards for All which is part of The National Lottery Community Fund gave £9,780 in August 2021. The National Lottery’s Awards for All offers grants of between £300 and £10,000 for grassroots and community activities.

The D’Oyly Carte Charitable trust gave a £3,500 grant in August 2021. This Trust helps charities in the UK involved in the arts, health, medical welfare and environmental protection or improvement. 

The Fitton Trust makes grants to charities and donated £200 in August 2021.

Car sales company Arnold Clark donated £1,000 in July 2021. Arnold Clark launched a charitable Community Fund in March 2020 to provide financial help to community groups and charities that had been significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

So far it has helped more than 9,500 organisations and concentrates on helping relieve poverty, supporting food banks, toy banks and the need for housing and accommodation.

The National Lottery Community Fund gave a £1,365 grant in July 2021. 

The fund distributes more than £600m a year to communities across the UK.

One Community Foundation Kirklees gave Gwennie’s Getaways a £7,656 grant in July 2021.

Businesses and individuals make donations to the foundation and the income this huge pot of money – now standing at more than £3m – earns in interest is then given away to charities, community groups and people in crisis in Kirklees.

This means it can help lots of smaller charities.

 

In June 2020 Gwennie’s Getwaways received these three donations.

£3,000 from the Souter Charitable Trust. This was set up by Sir Brian and Lady Elizabeth Souter for the relief of human suffering in the UK and overseas.

£1,000 from the Astor Foundation which supports medical research and several other good causes including children and the disabled.

£250 donation from Squire Patton Boggs which helps charities dedicated to helping children and the disabled.