People with disabilities

Cuthbert Horn Trust


The Cuthbert Horn Trust is a small trust with a limited amount of funding that it provides to registered charities.

The funding is intended to support charitable organisations undertaking general charitable purposes. Previous grants have been for a range of activities such as conservation, education, environmental protection, help for disadvantaged children, music, research and transport.

Voluntary and community organisations operating in the UK are eligible to apply.

Applications should be made in writing with details of the project to:

Calmcott Trust


The Calmcott Trust offers grants to charitable organisations active in the UK, particularly Yorkshire.

The scheme is intended to support organisations undertaking projects in the following areas:

  • Health.
  • Education.
  • Social welfare.
  • The arts.

Applicants should note that the Trust does not maintain a website or an email address. The value of funding is at the discretion of the Trustees.

Applications must be made in writing to:

Emerton-Christie Charity


The Emerton-Christie Charity offers grants to registered charities undertaking a wide range of projects in the UK, especially in the areas of education/training, disability, the advancement of health or saving of lives, arts/culture/heritage/science and environment/conservation/heritage.

Funding is available at the discretion of the Trustees. Most grants awarded in the past years have been for between £1,000 and £3,000.

Interested applicants must apply in writing to:

The Astor Foundation


The Astor Foundation provides grants for registered charities in the UK.

The primary object of the Foundation is medical research, favouring research on a broad front rather than in specialised fields. 

In addition to its medical connection, historically the Foundation has also supported initiatives for:

Warrington Charities Trust


Registered Charities or Voluntary or Community Organisations that undertake and provide charitable activities, can apply. All projects submitted for grant-aid must operate for the benefit of the community of Warrington Borough and must aim to improve the quality of life in the Borough.

Projects and activities that will be supported include: those that promote local community-based direct services; projects that tackle local problems; new local services or activities; help for existing groups to develop their services.

Cayo Foundation


Registered charities based and operating within England and Wales may apply and applications are reviewed four times a year.

Funding can be used for a wide range of charitable projects and activities.

The application process is ongoing and interested applicants may apply at any time.

Application is by letter to the Cayo Foundation stating the purpose for which the funding is needed.

Applicants may call the Cayo Foundation for details about how to make a submission, but all other enquiries should be made in writing to: