About our grantees
A great big shoutout to our grantees. We know you’re doing great work – we wouldn’t be funding you if not. And we thank you for choosing Thomas Deane Trust to be a funding partner. We’re privileged to be able to support you, and over the next couple or three years we’ll be proud to announce an expanding list of important activities in the fields of xx that will make a small but important difference to people’s lives.
About our grantees
A great big shout-out to our grantees. We know you’re doing great work – we wouldn’t be funding you otherwise. And we thank you for choosing Thomas Deane Trust to be a funding partner. We’re privileged to be able to support you, and over the next couple or three years we’ll be proud to announce an expanding list of activities in our four themes that will make a small but important difference to people’s lives.
Check out our grantees’ work by theme:
Supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged through increasingly-complex state rules and regulation and consumer contracts
Citizens Advice Colchester Advice Assistant pilot
End of life care
Ensuring a dignified end to life, and supporting the carers and care workers who look after those with a terminal diagnosis
Wakefield Hospice Feelings in Focus
Wildlife and environmental issues, particularly in Suffolk, Shropshire and Hampshire
We haven’t yet seen the right match of our money and others’ expertise to be able to award any grants in this field. Could you be the first?
Art work that helps to develop and sustain communities, builds identity in individuals, and exploit music’s inherent power to make change
Contact Media Lounge instruments
London Philharmonic Orchestra Open Sound
Restoke CIC Up Men Choir
Wakefield Hospice, We say:
A great project whose title – Feelings in Focus – says it all. We’ve already got some great feedback on the value of photography work, and we’re humbled by participants’ comments. Wakefield Hospice have great ideas for reports, so look out for details”
London Philharmonic Orchestra, We say:
Truth to tell, this project probably wouldn’t have attracted our attention – top-notch learning and participation from an old hand, withrelatively little trouble in attracting funders. Until we started looking more closely at the inclusivity aspects. And then we got seriously excited”