Greenhall Foundation

The objective of the Green Hall Foundation is to sustainably improve lives, among the sick, the elderly, the disabled and the disadvantaged, particularly in the UK. Trustees meet every May and November, the latter meeting is only open to Charities with an annual income of £250,000 or less.

Trustees prefer to issue grants to projects that will benefit a number of beneficiaries and are for special projects or specific items. Preference is given to applications where the grant will make a tangible difference to the charity.

£1,000 – £10,000. UK registered charities.

Find out more about the Greenhall Foundation


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