The Finnis Scott Foundation
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Grants from The Finnis Scott Foundation are available for UK registered charities working in the areas of horticulture and plant sciences, as well as fine art and art history.
Although the Trustees may make grants for any charitable purpose, their current policy is to focus their grant making in the areas of:
- Gardening, horticulture and plant sciences.
- Fine art and art history.
Applications for one-off grants up to £10,000, but because of the high demand, most grants are currently £5,000 or less. Exceptionally, when funds permit, grants of as much as £60,000 are made, payable over several years.
Application deadline: 4pm, Friday 16th June
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