Trusts & Foundations
Our sincere thanks go to everyone who supports our work. We are fortunate to have gained the support of many charitable trusts and foundations, who have given us grants for our different projects which have enabled our project partners to continue their good work, and to extend its benefits wider.
We are keen to develop our relationships with Trusts further, particularly with relation to core costs, which cover time and thinking for innovation, communication, sharing learning and project development. We can provide you with more information on our work, or discuss how your trust might support us, and are committed to providing you with the level of reporting you require.
If you are a Trustee or have links with a Charitable Foundation. please email Rose or call 01273 777206 to find out how you can make a difference to Quest4Change.
We are grateful to the following trusts for their recent support:
Allan & Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust The Ashworth Charitable Trust
The Evan Cornish Foundation The James Tudor Foundatio
La Vida Org The Marr-Munning Trust
Marian Esling Legacy Fund, Holy Trinity Church The Mosse Charitable Settlement
The Monica Rabagliati Charitable Trust Radley Charitable Trust
The Oak Trust The Rowan Charitable Trust
Ralph Clark Charitable Tust Strathspey Charitable Trust
SMB Trust Triodos Foundation
The Souter Trust Reed Foundation
UIA Charitable Foundation The N Smith Charitable Settlement
We were thrilled that our fabulous intern Gemma Clark received the 2012 Vodafone World of Difference grant, following on from our hardworking ex-Fundraiser Heather Rayment in 2010! This grant means that Gemma was able to work for Quest4Change part-time over 4 months at no cost to us. Gemma's main focus was to help us establish a workable system of monitoring and evaluation, a way for us to ensure that our impact remains positive for our projects, communities and volunteers alike.
The support we've received from the Vodafone Foundation has simply been invaluable!
We can't thank the Foundation for Social Improvement enough for the helpful advice they've given us and other small charities. The FSI are a small charity, dedicated to helping other small charities access free training, networking and fundraising resources.
If you're from a small charity looking for some help yourself, check out their website at www.thefsi.org.