The Andy Fanshawe Memorial Trust gives grants to groups of disadvantaged young people to take part in exciting outdoor activities. The Trust was set up in memory of Andy Fanshawe who was a leading British mountaineer at the time of his death in 1992.
Who can apply?
Grants are usually given to outdoor activity projects run by schools or youth groups in the UK. Individuals can also apply but they will need a referee to support their application. Eligible activities include walking, climbing, cycling, kayaking, sailing, horse riding and residential courses at outdoor centres. Activities must take place in the UK.
Small grants are awarded.
How do I apply?
Please read the full application guidelines provided on the Trust’s website. To apply, you are asked to submit a letter of application. Full details can be found on the Trust’s website, including a list of questions that should be answered in your letter.