Boshier-Hinton Foundation


Status:Open to applications


Grants are available for charities in the UK working with children and adults with special educational or other needs


Maximum Value: £ 2,000

Value Notes

Typical grants range from £1,000 to £2,000. In exceptional cases more substantial amounts may be awarded.

Extended Description

Boshier-Hinton Foundation grants are provided and administered by the Boshier-Hinton Foundation.

The Foundation exists to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities or learning difficulties and their families.

Latest Information

Applications may be submitted at any time.

Key Criteria

Registered Charitable Trusts, community charities and institutions providing services, facilities or advocacy for children or adults with special educational or other needs in the UK.

All organisations that are awarded a grant must confirm that they have in place Health and Safety, Vulnerable Persons, and Equal Opportunity policies, as appropriate.

Eligible Expenditure

Funding is available to provide relief for children and adults with special educational or other needs. Requests to support projects which are innovative and developmental are particularly welcomed.


Grants of 100% are considered; however, the Trust looks favourably on projects undertaken in partnership with other funding contributors.

Retrospective grants are not awarded, nor are grants for core costs or building projects.

The Foundation would not normally make repeat grants within less than a two-year period.

Application Procedure

Applications are accepted in writing or electronically.

An Application Form is available to download from the Foundation's website.

Applicants should include a copy of their most recent balance sheet or audited accounts, showing funds received from all sources, with the application form.

Contact the Boshier-Hinton Foundation for further information.

Address & Contacts

Contact details:
Dr Peter Boshier
Boshier-Hinton Foundation
Aythorpe Roding
Great Dunmow
Telephone: 01245 231032