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Wispers TrustVisit Website
The Wispers Trust was formed following the closure of Wispers Girls School, Haslemere in 2008. It exists in order to provide financial assistance (e.g. contributions toward school fees, boarding fees, etc) to deserving pupils in Year 11 (GCSE) and Year 13(A2), whose parents or guardians are experiencing unforeseen financial difficulties, for instance reduced family income arising from bereavement or loss of employment.
Preference is given to applicants living in Greater London, Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex.
Application forms are available via the Trust's website www.wisperstrust.btck.co.uk.
Canon Holmes Memorial TrustVisit Website
The Canon Holmes Memorial Trust is dedicated to providing financial assistance to parents who on account of a change in family finances find themselves unable to continue to meet their financial commitments to their children's education within the independent sector.
The Girls' Day School TrustVisit Website
Founded in 1872, the GDST has a long history of pioneering innovation in the education of girls. As a charity, the GDST aims to be an access enabler: seeking out the brightest, most deserving girls for bursaries so that the largest possible number of talented girls can benefit from an excellent GDST education.
The Emmott FoundationVisit Website
Grants are made to students for their sixth form years in fee-paying schools when parents or guardians are no longer able to meet their planned financial commitments for education as a result of a sudden or unexpected family crisis.
Fashion & Textile Children’s TrustVisit Website
We provide education and wellbeing grants to support children (0-18 years) whose parents or guardians work, or have recently worked (within the last 9 years) in the UK fashion and textile industry. This includes retail, head office, manufacturing, wholesale, design, distribution, bridal wear, menswear, knitwear, supermarkets, soft furnishings and more…
"Please pass on my very grateful thanks to the Trustees for the support given to my daughter. I am delighted to be able to tell you she gained A* A A for her A levels. She will be taking up her place at Cambridge to read Theology in 2015."
The parent of a child who was supported by Reedham Children's Trust