Monk Fryston Education Foundation: Hardship Fund
Monk Fryston Educational Foundation is a local Charity that serves the communities of Monk Fryston Hillam and Burton Salmon. Its purpose is to consider requests for grants for promoting education. This includes social and physical training and religious education.
Grants can be awarded to any person under the age of 25 who are or have a parent living in the area of benefit. The trustees may also award grants to Monk Fryston School where the benefit would not normally be provided by the local authority.
The charity is managed by trustees who are responsible for the charity’s assets and considering and agreeing to grant requests. One trustee is nominated by each of the Parish Councils, one by Monk Fryston School Governors, and one by St Wilfrid’s PCC with the incumbent Rector of St. Wilfrid’s being an ex-officio member.
We have a modest fund available so if you need funding that you think meets the criteria above then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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