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The Fund is primarily a grantmaking organisation, running both ‘large’ and ‘small’ grants programmes. The Trustees oversee all grantmaking, awarding grants across six funding themes.


We support organisations working to protect and promote the environment through efforts including habitat restoration, species conservation, carbon savings and sequestration and circular economies.

Fauna and Flora International

  • Environment
The Sombrero Island restoration programme is saving a unique part of Anguilla’s natural and cultural heritage.

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We support non-profit organisations investing in the economic and environmental future of the countryside. This includes grants to support sustainable and regenerative agriculture, nature friendly farming practices and a brighter future for those who live and work in rural communities.

Soil Association

  • Environment
Working with everyone to transform the way we eat, farm and care for our natural world.

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Social Inclusion

We support non-profit organisations working to promote social inclusion for vulnerable and marginalised communities through projects that relieve poverty, loneliness and other social issues.

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Arts Together 

  • Health and Wellbeing
Brings together professional artists and older people for weekly art based workshops across Wiltshire

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Health and Wellbeing

We support non-profit organisations working to improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities. Our grants have enabled people with disabilities, those facing life limiting illnesses and people from disadvantaged and marginalised communities to benefit from improved physical and mental health.

The Felix Project

  • Health and Wellbeing
Collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. Delivers surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in our society.

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Heritage and Conservation

We support the preservation of historic and culturally important buildings and traditional craftmanship, together with the sustainable regeneration of communities and the built environment across the globe.

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Turquoise Mountain

  • Heritage and Conservation
Revives historic areas and traditional crafts - providing jobs, skills and a renewed sense of pride across Afghanistan, Myanmar and the Middle East.

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We support education, training and employability opportunities through which young people and adults can fulfil their potential. This includes grants to non-profit organisations working to narrow the attainment gap, support broader education through music, the arts, sports and outdoor pursuits, as well as investing in teachers continuing professional development.

Literacy Pirates

  • Education
Work with children aged 9-12 whose teachers think they would benefit from extra help with reading.

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Small grants

We award grants of up to £5,000 per year through our apply online programme.
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Large grants

Our large grants programme supports a range of organisations each year.
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