We love and care for your canals and rivers, because everyone deserves a place to escape.

Charitable trusts

Charitable trusts and foundations are helping us to increase our impact on people and their communities through generous grants.

This vital funding enables us to embark on new projects, using our waterways and museums as unique spaces that make a difference to people’s lives.

The re-opening of Nantwich AqueductCharitable grants help us to achieve much more so that an increasing number of people can get out there and enjoy all that the waterways have to offer. From education and arts initiatives to projects bringing communities together to enhance heritage sites and protect their local environment.

Recent projects that our trusts and foundations supporters have helped us to bring to fruition have included:

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We are hugely appreciative of the support of all our current charitable trusts and foundations supporters, including:

Association for Industrial Archaeology

Baron Davenport’s Charity

Clark Bradbury Charitable Trust

DCMS/Wolfson Museums & Galleries Improvement Fund

Donald Forrester Trust

Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

The Hobson Charity Limited

The Leverhulme Trust

Oak Foundation

The Pilgrim Trust

The Radcliffe Trust

Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners Charitable Foundation

Royal Foundation of St Katharine

The Tower Hill Trust

Waynflete Charitable Trust

The Wolfson Foundation

Get in touch

If you think we should be talking to a charitable trust that you are involved in about our work, please consider getting in touch with Martha Oddy, Trusts Fundraising Manager, on 07909 525779.

 

 

Last date edited: 17 March 2016