How to apply

The trustees’ primary aims are the funding of medical and veterinary causes, research and education, welfare of animals and help with relief to disaster areas worldwide. We work on these aims primarily as partners with leading national and international charities such as ActionAid, Alzheimer’s Research UK, The Brooke and Médecins Sans Frontières. Substantial grants are made for education through Cambridge University and for veterinary research through various veterinary colleges.

Smaller grants are made across a wider field. Trustees will consider supporting charitable projects in causes close to their aims which satisfy a NEED, make an IMPACT and are performed by the most APPROPRIATE people or organisation.

Please note that unsolicited applications will not be acknowledged (the Trust has only one employee working one day a week) and the Trust only awards grants of £25,000 or more. You must be a charity registered in the UK with the Charity Commission.

If you are a registered charity, before you go to the trouble of completing our application form, please consider our aims, have a look at the causes we help, consider whether your work will fall within both and will meet our requirements as emphasised above.

Please read our Terms and Conditions before applying.

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Please answer the initial eligibility questions below, if your answers are correct you will then be asked to download a pdf form. This form can be filled in electronically and emailed to The ALBORADA Trust. Alternatively, you may print out the form, complete it by hand and post it to the address at the end of the form.

The aims and objectives of the ALBORADA Trust can be viewed above. Read our Terms and Conditions here.

1. Have you read the aims and objectives of The ALBORADA Trust, and would the project you seek funding for fulfil the aims of the Trust?
2. Do you represent a UK registered charity?
Please click on the link below to download the pdf application form.
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Sorry, The ALBORADA Trust can only support registered charities.
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