Northumberland Village Homes Trust Fund

This fund supports organisations working to relieve poverty, distress, and sickness amongst children and young people under the age of 21, living in Tyne & Wear, Northumberland, County Durham and Tees Valley.

Applications for project, capital, running, and core costs will be considered.

£750 – £5,000 – no deadline*

Although this is a rolling programme, applications will be considered by the Fund Advisors on a quarterly basis from January 2023, so please plan well in advance if you are applying for activities that are scheduled to occur at a particular point in time (e.g. half-term holiday trips).

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