Gatwick Airport Community Trust
An independent charity
Helping local projects get off the ground
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The 2015 Grant Programme is now closed.

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All successful grant applicants in 2015 must submit an End of Project Report. The form can be found by going to our downloads page

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People We've Helped
The Brendoncare Foundation
GRANT 1654 photoA grant of £1,250 in 2014 to help improve the health and wellbeing of physically and/or mentally frail older people by creating a sensory garden at Brendoncare Stildon in East Grinstead.
Crawley Youth & Community Centre
GRANT 1666 photo £1,250 in 2014 to Crawley Youth and Community Centre towards upgrading old heating/hot water system to a new environmentally friendly Biomass Boiler System
Rusthall Cricket Club
GRANT 1686 photoRusthall Cricket Club (2014) £1,500 to purchase a secure equipment storage container
Leatherhead Youth Project
GRANT 1718 photoA grant of £1,000 in 2014 to Leatherhead Youth Project’s Dig It community allotment project towards the purchase of new tools and materials.
Copthorne Youth FC
GRANT 1789 photoA grant of £1,500 in 2015 to help start new U7 and U10 sides for the 2015/16 season at Copthorne Youth Football Club
East Grinstead Spinners
GRANT 1814 photoA grant of £500 in 2015 to East Grinstead Spinners for an exhibition of members’ work at Greenstede Gallery
Humpty Dumpty Pre-School
GRANT 1843 photoA grant of £492 in 2015 to replace screens that help zone the hall into different areas + a new carpet for book area at Humpty Dumpty Pre-School in East Grinstead.
Kangaroos Mid Sussex
GRANT 1857 photoA grant of £500 in 2015 to Kangaroos to provide a two night visit to Lodge Hill Activity Centre for younger children who have a range of very complex learning disabilities
Sussex Wildlife Trust
GRANT 1868 photoThe Young Wildlife Citizen Scientists project, is a Sussex Wildlife Trust project funded by the Gatwick Airport Community Trust £1,414 in 2015. Pictured: Moth trapping with the Nature Tots
Newick Parish Council
GRANT 1885 photoA £1,000 grant in 2015 to support the refurbishment of children's play and sporting facilities at King George V playing field, Newick.

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