Grants for Charities from The Victoria Wood Foundation
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The Victoria Wood Foundation was set up following the death of comedian Victoria Wood in 2016. The Trustees are former friends of Victoria and are interested in supporting areas that would have interested her, namely the arts, in all forms.
Grants are available for registered charities up to a maximum amount of £5,000. The foundation favours small charities where a modest donation can make a big difference.
Applications should be made in writing via the contact form on the Victoria Wood Foundation website.
Application deadline: No specific deadline. The Trustees normally meet twice a year in July and December to discuss applications.
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