About Our Grants

The Charity makes grants to individuals as a contribution towards the cost of:

– School clothing and footwear
– Residential school trips, for approved educational purposes
– School fees where the total fees do not exceed £15,000 per annum
– Further education and vocational training, including necessary equipment
– University maintenance
– Personal tuition in music, the arts and sport where the beneficiary is likely to reach a professional standard in the field
– A regular monthly general ‘pension’ grant for people who are in financial need and who have reached the age of eligibility for a UK State pension age
– The cost of a TV Licence for people under the age of 75
– One-off grants to meet extraordinary expenses, for example, replacing a gas boiler

Norwich Charitable Trusts, 1 Woolgate Court, St Benedict’s Street, Norwich, NR2 4AP. Norwich Consolidated Charities, Anguish’s Educational Foundation and The Norwich Freemen’s Charity (previously known as The Town Close Estates Charity) are part of the Norwich Charitable Trusts Group. These organisations are all registered charities.  Registered Charity Number : 235678