The Steel Charitable Trust

The Steel Charitable Trust

Gemma Colley

The Steel Charitable Trust

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The Steel Charitable Trust is a charitable grant-giving trust that makes awards to registered charities throughout the United Kingdom. The Trust has historic links with Luton and the wider county of Bedfordshire, so Trustees take particular interest in applications that benefit these areas.

Grants are available to registered charities in the UK working in the areas of arts and heritage, education, environment, health, or social and economic disadvantage.

The funding can support:

• Core costs.
• Capital works.
• Specific projects

For more information visit: The Steel Charitable Trust

Application deadline: 11 January 2024

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