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The Guide to New Trusts by Tom Traynor

The Guide to New Trusts

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The Guide to New Trusts by Tom Traynor

Through popular demand this guide is now annual. It features in detail for the first time in print around 100 newly-registered grant-making trusts. Registered in 2013 the trusts are analysed for their grant-making policies and practices, contact details, and areas that they will not consider. DSC applies its usual research rigour to bring you a clear picture of each trust fund. Trusts are carefully selected to include only those where the giving criteria are wide enough to be of value to many fundraisers and not those whose beneficial focus is narrow or whose geographical scope is very limited. An invaluable tool for the professional fundraiser. For fundraising professionals and charities seeking new fundraising opportunities.


'As a busy manager I need a book that gives me concise information so I can target my appeal for support. This book has given us just that, and has helped us have some successful appeals. I would recommend this book to anyone attempting to raise funds for their service or project in the current competitive climate.'
Allison Hardy, Service Manager, Leonard Cheshire Disability

About the Author

Tom Traynor is a senior research manager at Directory of Social Change and has worked on many fundraising directories including The Guide to Major Trusts, Directory of Grant Making Trusts and The Guide to Company Giving.

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Publication date

23rd June 2014


Tom Traynor

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Directory of Social Change


32 pages


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