The Graham Kirkham Foundation

Grants for charitable work – with particular focus on social welfare, education and the arts.

The Graham Kirkham Foundation makes grants for general charitable purposes.  In 2010 it made 13 grants ranging from £1,000 to £50,000.
What can be funded?
The Foundation makes grants for activities in the following areas:

  • The promotion or development of the study of literature, art, music and science
  • Education for people of any age and physical education for young people at school or university
  • Relief of poverty
  • Relief of illness and research into the prevention of illness
  • The relief of suffering of birds and animals through the support of rescue homes, hospitals, sanctuaries and other similar organisations
  • The relief of poverty and hardship of people connected with the armed services
  • Drug misuse or dependence
  • Facilities for public recreation
  • The preservation of buildings of architectural interest or sites of historical interest or natural beauty.

When can you apply?
There are no application deadlines: apply at any time.

How to apply:

Apply in writing to the administrator:

Andrew Varnham, 8 Ebor Court, Redhouse Interchange, Adwick-Le-Street, Doncaster, DN6 7FE

Suitable for:
Applications welcomed from most groups

Please note that the foundation does not have a website.