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    The Paul Bush Foundation Trust is giving up to £10,000 funding to those working with adults or children with physical disabilities.

    It is available to organisations as well as individuals, and are to be used to improve the life of a person or people with disabilities.

    The Paul Bush Foundation Trust was founded by Bush & Company Rehabilitation in 2012, after 25 years experience in the field of severe and catastrophic injury, with the following aims:

    • To assist those individuals with a disability to improve their physical, psychological and emotional well-being via the provision of grants to address short term needs.
    • Via the provision of grant funds, support registered charitable organisations with aims related to the provision of services to people with a disability, in the pursuit of their objectives.

    The trustees welcome applications from all sectors of society which meet the specified criteria and are committed to developing the Trust over future years to ensure a diverse and inclusive Trust.

    Date for submission is Monday 2nd September 2013

    See below for criteria and application forms.

    Criteria and Application for Individuals

    Individual Application Guidelines

    Individual Application Form

    Criteria and Application for Organisations

    Organisation Application Guidelines

    Organisation Application Form


    May 01, 2013 by Support Solutions Categories: Funding

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