GRANTS AVAILABLE FROM THE RICHARD ALPORT'S SCHOOL FOUNDATION
The Trustees of the Richard Alport's School Foundation continue to administer grants for the present school, for local young persons' voluntary organisations, and for past and present pupils of the school.
The area (the 'Area of Benefit') for which grants are available for voluntary organisations is defined as the (pre-2015) Civil Parishes of Malpas, Cuddington, Chorlton, Edge, Hampton, Newton, Oldcastle, Overton, Stockton, Wigland and Wychough.
These grants are for organisations which primarily serve children and young persons, to assist with any aspect of the organisation's operation, subject to the approval of the Trustees.
Grants for individuals are available to those below the age of 25 years who are attending or who have for not less than two years at any time attended as pupils of the Malpas Alport Endowed Primary School. Grants may be used:
(1) To support an individual's education or training at any secondary school, college, university, or other institution of further education, approved by the Trustees;
(2) To provide financial assistance, outfits, clothing, tools, instruments or books to enable beneficiaries on leaving school, university or any other educational establishment, to prepare for, or to assist their entry into, a profession, trade or calling;
(3) To provide bursaries or maintenance allowances to enable beneficiaries to travel, whether in this country or abroad, to pursue their education.
Download the Alport Trust Grant Form pdf situated beneath the photo of the old Alport School.
Only one grant can be awarded to any one individual for any of the above purposes.
The maximum grant, which will be at the discretion of the Trustees, is £200.00.
The closing date for applications for grants for individuals is 30th September each year.
Application forms for grants are available from the Clerk to the Trustees:
Mrs E Ebben, 4 Cholmondeley Rise, Malpas, Cheshire SY14 8DD
Tel: (01948) 820656 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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