The Newfield Charitable Trust
The Newfield Charitable Trust assists young women and girls aged 40 years old and under who are in need. Grants are varied and can be applied for clothing, essential household items, educational purposes, etc.
Individual applicants can apply a maximum of three times but only one application per twelve month period will be considered.
Schools and other organisations can submit applications for educational equipment, etc.
The Trustees meet four times a year approximately every twelve weeks and once the application is fully completed and supporting documents have been received the application will be considered at the next available meeting. Completed applications received between the meetings will be considered on an interim basis and dealt with by email.
Grants are not provided directly to applicants, family members or friends but paid directly to the supporting agency by cheque. Cash grants are not available. The spending of grants will always need to be supervised by the supporting agency and receipts for the purchases returned to the Trust.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Michelle McBrierty
- Contact Position
- Charitable Trusts Administrator
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Where to go
- Rotherham & Co. Solicitors
Miss S Collett - Clerk to the Trustees
8-9 The Quadrant
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- Referral required
- Referral Details
individual applicants must apply using the application form included in the application pack (available to download from right hand side of this page). Following signature by the applicant and support worker it must be returned by email or post with documents in support as listed within our guidance notes.
The application must be accompanied by a covering letter from the support worker e.g. social worker, health visitor, teacher, charitable organisation, etc, on their organisation's letterhead.
Quotations and examples of the items being requested must also be provided with the application as per our guidance notes.
For flooring and carpeting, at least one itemised quotation will be required showing the measurements of each room, the cost for each room, the cost per square metre and the total cost.
For schools and applications for other organisations the relevant application form must be completed, signed and returned to the office by email or post together with two quotations of the items being requested, the unit price, the total price and a formal letter of request on the school or organisation's letterhead.
- Other notes
Females aged 40 years old and under who are in need and permanently live in Coventry or Leamington Spa.
The Trustees do not give grants for:
- Repaying loans.
- Arrears on bills or rent/community charges.
- Private school fees.
- Grants for postgraduate education or second degrees.
How to apply:
Applications are accepted from individuals or third parties, such as social services, a health worker, a child's teacher, other charitable organisation, etc.
The application must include the income and expenditure form for the individual and a covering letter of support on the support worker's letterhead.
Applicants can apply for a maximum of three grants but cannot apply more than once in a twelve month period.
The charity considers applications throughout the year.
Applications can also be submitted by schools or other organisations who wish to apply for equipment or a large amount of items to assist females who fall within the Trust's criteria.
In 2023 the Trustees will meet on:
8th March (Deadline for completed applications - 1st March)
14th June (Deadline for completed applications - 7th June)
6th September (Deadline for completed applications - 30th August)
6th December (Deadline for completed applications - 29th November)Completed applications received between meetings will be considered on an ad hoc basis by email.