The Golsoncott Foundation
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The Golsoncott Foundation, established as a Charitable Trust in July 1998 from the estate of the artist and sculptor Rachel Reckitt (1908-1995) is an arts-funding trust whose declared object is … to promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of the public in the arts generally and in particular … the fine arts and music.
Grants of up to £3000 are available to voluntary sector organisations in the UK for projects that promote fine arts and music.
The trustees overriding concern is to support those projects that demonstrate and deliver excellence in the arts, be it in performance, exhibition, artistic craft, or scholarly endeavour.
Application deadline: Friday 5th May
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