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Welcome to The Wakefield and Tetley Trust

The Wakefield and Tetley Trust is an independent charitable trust. We provide grants to support charitable and voluntary activity in the London boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Southwark and the City of London. We aim to support good quality projects that will improve the lives of people and communities experiencing disadvantage. The Trust is a registered charity number 1121779.

We're moving offices

The Wakefield & Tetley Trust is moving from our current premises at Toynbee Hall to a new office in Oxford House over the Easter weekend. From 7th April 2015 our new address will be:

Oxford House, Derbyshire Street, London, E2 6HG

We will also be changing our phone number in due course – watch this space.

Our Area of Benefit

 

Applying for a Grant

 

About the Trust

We cover Tower Hamlets, Southwark and the City of London   The Trustees at a review meeting   Sir Charles Wakefield

The Trust can only fund activities that directly benefit people who live or work in our area of benefit. If you are unclear if your project falls within our area of benefit please call the office for advice.

There are nearly 3,000 charities and voluntary organisations operating in our area of benefit and the Trust is only likely to support 20-30 projects each year. If you are interested in applying for a grant please read our current Funding Guidelines and check that you are eligible. The Guidelines can be downloaded here.

The Wakefield and Tetley Trust was created on 1 January 2008 through a merger of two charities – the Charity of Charlotte Tetley in connexion with Toc H, or Tetley Trust, and the Wakefield (Tower Hill Trinity Square) Trust. Information about the history of the Trust and the staff and Trustees can be found here

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