H A Taylor Fund
The H A Taylor Fund makes grants to both individuals and projects in the town of Syston, Leicestershire.
Individuals – Grants can be made for a wide variety of items to people who are in need, hardship or distress. Applicants normally need to have lived in Syston for more than one year before they are eligible for assistance. Due to pressure on funds, help can only be given once every two years unless there are exceptional circumstances. Application forms can be obtained from:
Syston & District Volunteer Centre, 18 School Street, Syston
Syston Health Centre, Melton Road, Syston
Syston Library, Upper Church Street, Syston
Alternatively you can download an application form here .
Projects – The Fund can provide grants for charities and voluntary groups that operate in the town of Syston and that assist people who are in need, hardship or distress. Applications should be made in writing to the Clerk to the Trustees and include a copy of your most recent annual report and accounts. Applications should be sent to:
The Clerk to the Trustees
H.A. Taylor Fund
20A Millstone Lane
“The H A Taylor Fund would not have been able to operate without Charity Link’s expert assistance…So many good causes could have been missed had we not worked under their umbrella. Many of the trustees have learnt new skills with Katie’s supervision which we are all so grateful for”
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