OUR GRANT FUNDERS

Every charity depends on donations from generous individuals, businesses or companies. In addition, grants from local government bodies, as well as charity and corporate foundations, are an invaluable help.

Listed below, with the most recent at the top, are grants we have received. Each makes our existence and progress possible. We are grateful for every one.

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The Baltic Exchange Charitable Foundation usually provides help only for maritime services. Capt. Edward Hain having been a member, and on their 1914-1918 Honour Roll, they very kindly voted us a grant from discretionary funds. Amount: £1,000

Logo of Cornwall Community Foundation

Cornwall Community Foundation‘s Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprises (VCSE) grant: a contribution to core funding costs. The grant is distributed by Cornwall’s Voluntary Sector Forum (VSF). Amount: £7,500

St. Ives Town Council’s Community Organisations Core Funding Grant: This grant helps us with running costs in our crucial start-up period. Amount: £840

Cornwall Council‘s Community Chest gives small grants to not-for-profit groups across Cornwall. Each Councillor has a small grants budget to support projects in their area. Ours was kindly granted by Cllr. Linda Taylor to contribute to core running costs. Amount : £1,000

The National Lottery Community Fund‘s Awards For All: This was the first grant we received. It was awarded in August 2023 for our launch, including our Open Weekend in September and other startup costs. Amount: £10,000

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