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Anguish’s Educational Foundation

Contact details

1 Woolgate Court
St. Benedicts Street
01603621023
david.walker@norwichcharitabletrusts.org.uk

Grants provided by this organisation

Anguish’s Educational Foundation

Permanent residents of Norwich and the parishes of Costessey, Hellesdon, Catton, Sprowston, Thorpe St Andrews and Corpusty, aged under 25. Applicants must be on a low income. Preference is given to individuals who live in the city of Norwich.

The main beneficiaries are pupils of state schools. A small proportion of grants are made to college or university students under the age of 25, mostly for books and equipment, but also for small maintenance grants. A few grants are made each year for educational travel including school trips and occasional overseas visits, for example, attending the world scout jamboree. Grants are made for the costs of music, other arts or sports studies. The trustees believe, however, that the most urgent need of parents is help with the cost of school clothing and the majority of grants are made for this purpose.

Eligibility

Permanent residents of Norwich and the parishes of Costessey, Hellesdon, Catton, Sprowston, Thorpe St Andrews and Corpusty, aged under 25. Applicants must be on a low income. Preference is given to individuals who live in the city of Norwich and have lost either one or both parents.

Exclusions

Postgraduates are not supported.

Type of grants

The main beneficiaries are pupils of state schools. A small proportion of grants are made to college or university students under the age of 25, mostly for books and equipment, but also for small maintenance grants. A few grants are made each year for educational travel including school trips and occasional overseas visits, for example, attending the world scout jamboree. Grants are made for the costs of music, other arts or sports studies. The trustees believe, however, that the most urgent need of parents is help with the cost of school clothing and the majority of grants are made for this purpose.

Applications

In writing to the correspondent directly by the individual. Applications are considered at five meetings held throughout the year. Parents or individuals will generally be required to attend the office for a short interview.

Other information

£50,000 was also given in grants to organisations.

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