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  • Clothworkers Foundation

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    Provide grants to improve the lives of people and communities. The Foundation supports a number of areas including encouragement of young people, elderly, homelessness, alcohol and substance misuse, prisoners and ex-offenders.

  • Colyer-Fergussen Charitable Trust

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    Make grants to preserve Kent churches, promote musical excellence and support the local communities of Kent.

  • Connexional Grants

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    Grants are available from the Methodist Church in Great Britain to resource mission and ministry in the UK and overseas. In Britain grants are available at Connexional level for property, heritage, mission and ministry, mission alongside the...

  • Connexional grants

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  • Conservation funding programme

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  • Conservation Register

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    Used by thousands of people every month and recognised by the leading UK and Irish cultural institutions, the Conservation Register is the only source for finding approved professionally qualified conservator-restorers. Run by the registered...

  • Constituent factsheet: community buildings, places of worship and faith groups

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  • Cornwall Historic Churches Trust

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    The Cornwall Historic Churches Trust was formed in 1955 to assist in the restoration and repair of Cornish churches which have architectural or historic merit. The priority is to raise money and publicise the urgency of the need to make our...

  • Cottam Will Trust

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    Established under the will of Father Samuel Elsworth Cottam, who died in 1943 and operated by The Friends from 1977, the Trust exists to give grants towards "the purchase, for the advancement of religion, of objects of beauty to be placed in...

  • County Durham Community Foundation

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    County Durham Community Foundation distributes on average £2 million each year to support community projects and individuals in County Durham and Darlington.