WPH Charitable Trust providing Funding for Individuals, Groups and Organisations in UK
The WPH Charitable Trust has launched a grant program dedicated to provide funding for individuals, groups and organisations to help prevent, relieve and cure sickness in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Established in 1994, the Trust has benefited the lives of many individuals and groups to aid, relieve, care and support. The Trust provides grants for medical research, buildings and equipment.
The WPH Trust was set up with funds from the sale of the Warwickshire Private Hospital in 1994.
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Whether a particular need is small or large; the Trust can offer financial assistance. Grants have been given to a wide variety of projects across Coventry and Warwickshire including:
Patient care and support services
Play learning and development equipment
Home refurbishment and construction
Nursing staff and medical support
Medically related research
The Trust offers funding and grants to :
Individuals of any age
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The fund distributes approximately £250,000 every year.
Applications ONLY considered from individuals and groups based in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Applications from national bodies, or organisations based outside the region are NOT considered.
Grants are considered from a wide range of applicants, including individuals, groups and organisations.
The size of awards may vary considerably from less than a hundred pounds upwards.
An equally wide range of funding purposes is considered, so applicants may require contributions to capital projects, for the purchase of specialist equipment, or for healthcare costs. Examples of previous grants include:
Major items of equipment
Refurbishment or improvement of facilities
Medical research projects
The provision of nursing, administrative or other staff providing direct care
Training costs for individuals or groups learning to care for others
All applications must be submitted via an on-line application form, or downloaded, printed and sent via post or email after scanning.
All applications from individuals must be accompanied by a supporting letter from an appropriate professional, outlining the case for support.
All applications for goods or services to be purchased must be accompanied by at least two quotations.
If an applicant has been unsuccessful but has new problems or the circumstances alter they may re-apply and a decision will be made that is completely independent of the earlier one.
Decisions are not influenced by an applicants’ willingness to agree to publicity.
Although on occasion the WPH Trust might like to publise a donation there is no pressure exerted on applicants, and if they have offered to take part in promoting the Charity they may change their minds about being involved at any time.
The trustees’ decisions are final and no feedback is provided.
For more information, visit https://www.warwickshirehealthcharity.org.uk/applications