Norwich Charitable Trusts

Norwich Consolidated Charities

Anquish's Educational Foundation

Norwich Town Close Estate Charity

Historic funds for modern needs

We are three grant-making registered charities.
We have been in existence for over 400 years, helping to meet the needs of the people of Norwich and the immediate surrounding areas, and of the Freemen of the City of Norwich. We make grants to individuals in need.

We also make grants to other organisations which help local people. If you are involved with another organisation or group, you may be able to apply for a grant to help you help your beneficiaries.

Detailed conditions apply to many of these grants - contact us and we can tell you if you are eligible.

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01603 621023
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GET IN TOUCH BY E-MAIL
info@norwichcharitabletrusts.org.uk

VISIT OR WRITE TO US
Norwich Charitable Trusts,
1 Woolgate Court, St Benedicts Street, Norwich, NR2 4AP

Our offices are open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

You'll find us next to the Norwich Arts Centre and opposite ‘Top Hat’ and the Ten Bells pub.

Norwich Consolidated Charities.
Help when you need it most.

If you live in the City of Norwich, we may be able to offer you a grant to help you with the costs of:

  • purchasing essential household items: such as a cooker, fridge, beds, carpets
  • taking out a Debt Relief Order (DRO)
  • applying to the Court for a personal bankruptcy order

We also provide supported housing for older people at Doughty’s, in Golden Dog Lane, Norwich

Anguish’s Educational Foundation.
Helping young people with the costs of education.

If you live in Norwich or in the immediate surrounding areas, we may be able to offer you a grant to help you with the costs of:

  • school clothing
  • residential school trips
  • further education
  • university maintenance
  • music, dance and sports tuition - but only if you are likely to reach a professional standard

Norwich Town Close Estate Charity.
The Norwich Freemen's Charity.

If you are a Freeman of the City of Norwich or a relative, we may be able to offer you a grant to help you with the costs of:

  • school clothing
  • school trips
  • further education
  • university maintenance
  • post-graduate studies
  • music, dance and sports tuition - but only if you are likely to reach a professional standard
  • general living expenses - if you are already eligible for a state retirement pension
  • help with items of significant expenditure which you may not be able to afford - for example, replacing a central heating boiler.