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Trust fund support

Gaddum looks after a number of historical trust funds. These are available to provide financial support to people of all ages and from very different walks of life.

Each year a limited amount of funding is made available, so difficult decisions to allocate funding are made either by Mynshull’s, the Gaddum Trustee Board, or individual trust fund Trustees. Each of the funds describes the people they are there to help, and you can apply using the contact details at the end of this page.

Trust funds available

Mynshull’s Educational Foundation

The Foundation supports children and young adults up to the age of 25 from a disadvantaged background to purchase books, equipment and uniforms to enable them to continue their education or apprenticeship. The student and the family they live with must live in the City of Manchester or the surrounding boroughs such as the ‘old city of Salford’.

The Foundation also provides grants to secondary schools/ six form college to enable its pupils who are receiving free school meals to participate in essential field trips which their parents do not have the capacity to fund.

Charity is open throughout the year.

Charity number 532334

Robert Bell Charity

For the benefit of people on low incomes who live in the city of Manchester.

Charity number 507162

William Cavanagh Trust

For people on low income living in Gorton or West Gorton areas.

Charity number 507162

Darbishire House Trust

For helping women who are Manchester residents. Preference is given to teachers or ex-teachers who are retraining and are unable to cover the whole cost themselves.

Charity number 234651

Pratt Charity

Small grants in support of respectable women over the age of 60 who reside in the city of Manchester.

Charity number 507162

John Royle Fund

Originally for leather workers, but now helps individuals on low income who are Manchester residents.

Satterfield Charity

Provides convalescence for people who have received hospital care. It can also be used to provide clothing or help someone recovering at home. Covers an area within 60 miles of Manchester.

Charity number 225453

Shylock Charity

For people on a low income who are over 55 years of age and living within an eight-mile radius of Manchester Town Hall.

Charity number 507162

Yates Charity

Funded from South Africa and varying from year to year. Grants are made to people on a low income who are residents of Higher Openshaw and its surrounding area.

Gratrix Charity

A fund for plumbers and associated tradesmen and their dependants who are Greater Manchester residents in need.

Charity number 228916

Ann Butterworth & Daniel Bayley Charity

Supports students under 21 years old who are studying the arts. Helps with costs directly associated with their course eg. tuition fees, educational materials, or field trips.

Only accept applications from clients themselves or professionals from statutory or voluntary organisations.

Charity number 526055

The Joseph & Ann Slater Memorial Fund

Provides funds for holidays anywhere in the UK for disadvantaged children from the Manchester area.

Charity number 210410

How to refer

Call me on 0161 834 6069 or send me a message to trustfunds@gaddum.org.uk to request an application form and apply for funding.