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Could a Trustline grant help you out?
Trustline charity grants 2009
Could a grant from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Trustline help further your good cause? We're here to help you, so why not apply for a grant and see what we can do together?
Grants for community projects
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Trustline charity supported almost 100 groups in the county last year.
To apply for a Trustline grant for your community project, simply...
Applications must be received by 31st March, 2009
After another great year of fundraising we're now offering grants to local organisations and community groups in Cambridgeshire. If you work with the elderly, the young, disabled or disadvantaged people, your group may be eligible.
Grants are usually between £200 and £400, and the sorts of projects we have funded in the past include outings for elderly people's lunch clubs, audio equipment for talking newspapers, support groups for Parkinson's Disease sufferers and their carers, and a drop-in centre for learning-disabled young people.
Trustline has been making a differerence in Cambridgeshire for over 20 years - is it time we helped your group?
Information packs, including a simple application form, are now available and need to be returned by the end of March. Just telephone us on 01223 259696, email us at email@example.com, or write to Trustline, 104 Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 1LQ.
last updated: 24/02/2009 at 14:02