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TRUSTS & FOUNDATIONS

Services to grant-making Charitable Trusts and Foundation

Working with partners and donors, last year we awarded £2.6 million in grant-making to community and voluntary groups in Wales. We are experts in grant-making in Wales and are one of the largest funders of the third sector. Our local knowledge gives us the capacity to fund smaller organisations which fall under the radar of larger Trusts and Foundations. 

We distribute funds on behalf of a range of Charitable Trusts and Foundations which appreciate our knowledge of the voluntary sector in Wales, our robust assessment and monitoring of grants, and our evaluation and reporting mechanisms. 

 

We can: 

 

 

(Welsh Institute of Therapeutic Horsemanship, beneficiary of our Comic Relief grants programme.)

 

For more information on setting up your own fund, please click here. 

To discuss further, please contact Katherine Evans, Development & Governance Officer, on 02920 379580 or email katherine@cfiw.org.uk.