The Bromley Trust aims to combat violations of human rights and to help offset man’s inhumanity to man.
The Bromley Trust aims to promote prison reform within the UK, and has a particular emphasis on the rehabilitation of prisoners and the reduction of re-offending.
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The Bromley Trust funds UK charities through two grant programmes:
a) Human Rights;
b) Prison Reforms.
1. UK registered (or exempt) Charities;
2. Organizations with an annual turnover of between £100k to £1.5m;
3. Human Rights work within the mentioned specific focus areas.
4. Work that will take place within the UK.
5. Prison Reform projects where much of the work takes place within the prison walls.
6. Well run organizations that work collaboratively with others.
The size of each grant is decided by the Trustees and usually ranges from £5,000 and £20,000 a year for up to 3 years (most grants are awarded at between £10,000 and £15,000 a year).
There are no deadlines – applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
The assessment process is thorough and it can take six to nine months for a successful grant to be awarded, although most unsuccessful applicants are informed much sooner than this.
For more information, please visit https://www.thebromleytrust.org.uk/our-process/