The Hodge Foundation provides grants of up to £100,000 to UK registered or exempt charities such as special needs schools and universities for projects that address the objectives of the Foundation.
This includes supporting charities:
- working with people who may be vulnerable or disadvantaged and who need assistance to improve their lives;
- education and learning, both within formal school settings and practical approaches to learning which support young people to fulfil their potential and thrive including those with special needs;
- medical related charities specialising in the treatment and support for specific illnesses and research;
- and providing funds towards projects such as facilities in church buildings and inclusive activities for the wider community.
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