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True Colours Trust

http://www.truecolourstrust.org.uk

(Registered Charity No: 1089893)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Grants made
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Over the last five years they've made 71 significant donations to registered charities totalling £5,016,885

When Amount Grantee Donors To be used for
10/07/2019 £4,000 THE HOLLOW LANE CLUB 4 Towards the core costs of its out-of-school activity clubs for disabled children with complex needs and disabilities, and their siblings.
10/07/2019 £5,000 THE PARASOL PROJECT 5 Towards its new Parasol ‘Plus’ project for disabled young people.
10/07/2019 £4,000 Miracle Foundation Towards the expansion of its bereavement support service to support more children and young people who are bereaved.
10/07/2019 £5,000 Smile for Life Children's Charity Towards its Saturday Club for disabled children and children with learning difficulties.
10/07/2019 £4,075 Therapeutic Forest CIC Towards its new SEND programme for children with learning disabilities.
10/07/2019 £4,000 FRIENDS OF THE LOYNE SCHOOL 1 Towards the purchase of a new minibus for The Loyne Specialist School.
10/07/2019 £5,000 GUY'S GIFT 1 To support the expansion of its bereavement service for children in Coventry.
10/07/2019 £4,000 BROMLEY PARENT VOICE 1 Towards the expansion of its ‘BPV Connect Project’ for special schools, mainstream schools, and to reach disabled children who are home-schooled.
10/07/2019 £2,500 SATURDAY CLUB FOR DEAF CHILDREN 1 Towards the cost of a new minibus.
10/07/2019 £5,000 BALLOONS (DEVON) 4 Towards its pre-bereavement support work for children and young people.
10/07/2019 £5,000 CORNWALL MUSIC THERAPY TRUST 2 Towards its music therapy sessions for disabled children.
10/07/2019 £5,000 Play Midlothian 3 Towards its ‘Play for All’ project for families who have a disabled child.
09/07/2019 £18,826 Island Hospice Towards its ‘Community Strengthening and Support Project’ to improve trauma and bereavement services in the six wards within the Chimanimani District which were worst hit by Cyclone Idai..
03/07/2019 £300,000 Signal 4 Towards its work on hearing impairment in Uganda with SignHealth Uganda.
03/07/2019 £8,820 Flamingo Chicks CIC Towards building its sustainability through fundraising support, social media support and towards its conversion to a charity.
22/05/2019 £50,820 African Palliative Care Association APCA Small Grants programme - Round 19 (11 small grants).
27/03/2019 £10,000 Bristol Children's Hospital Charity 2 Towards the new Bereavement Hub and Second Entrance for bereaved parents at Bristol Children’s Hospital.
27/03/2019 £5,000 Scotswood Natural Community Gardens Towards delivery of its Art Garden Programme for disabled children and their siblings.
27/03/2019 £5,000 Happy Hill Towards the purchase of a minibus to transport disabled children and those with complex medical needs.
27/03/2019 £5,000 Butterflies Club Towards the purchase of a minibus to transport disabled children to club sessions.
27/03/2019 £5,000 THE FRIENDS OF PATERNOSTER SCHOOL 1 Towards the installation of a fully accessible playground and equipment for the children who attend Paternoster School and the wider community.
27/03/2019 £4,809 Twinkleboost CIC Towards its Twinkleboost Complex Needs programme in 2019.
27/03/2019 £4,234 THE COUNTY TOY LIBRARY 1 Towards the costs of specialist toys and equipment for disabled children.
27/03/2019 £8,500 DIFFERENT PLANET ARTS 2 Towards its new production of Wildheart for children with disabilities and their families.
27/03/2019 £3,000 Sporting Challenge Towards the cost of sport and leisure activities for learning disabled young people.
27/03/2019 £5,000 Conquest Centre for Disabled Riders Towards its horse-based activity sessions for disabled children and young people.
26/03/2019 £14,470 Childhood Bereavement Network Towards bereavement care research.
26/03/2019 £3,845 SIBS-FOR BROTHERS AND SISTERS 1 Towards the costs of updating and maintaining its IT systems.
26/03/2019 £9,402 SIGNAL SENSORY IMPAIRMENT GLOBALLY NATIONALLY AND LOCALLY 4 Towards SignHealth Uganda’s salary costs.
21/03/2019 £7,552 Island Hospice An emergency grant following Cyclone Idai.
04/02/2019 £7,000 Youthlife Towards Youthlife Ltd’s art therapy bereavement project for looked after children.
31/01/2019 £78,922 Sibs 1 Towards the CEO’s salary.
24/01/2019 £369,347 Island Hospice Towards Phase 2 of the Integration of Palliative Care into the Public Health System in Zimbabwe and Island’s core costs.
11/01/2019 £11,081 Winston's Wish 7 Towards the cost of the development and publication of its new resource to support bereaved children with SEND.
11/01/2019 £12,400 Anne Pinney To enable the continuation of her role as the True Colours Data Champion in 2019..
11/01/2019 £100,000 Heart 'n Soul 8 Towards its core work for young people with learning disabilities.
11/01/2019 £5,000 FRIENDS OF SIR CHARLES PARSONS SCHOOL 2 Towards the purchase of a new minibus for the school.
11/01/2019 £3,750 FAMILIES UNITED (WARRINGTON) 1 Towards the costs of activities for disabled children and their families.
11/01/2019 £4,810 BRECKNOCK PLAY NETWORK Towards the costs of its ‘Our Club’ sessions for children with disabilities and their families.
11/01/2019 £5,000 Keep Playing trading as Level Water Towards one-to-one swimming lessons for disabled children in Hampshire.
11/01/2019 £5,000 Drama Express £1,200 towards the costs of delivering its pantomime programme for disabled children and young people and £3,800 towards its core costs in 2019.
01/11/2018 £40,000 International Rescue Committee 4 Towards its work to integrate palliative care into the Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps in Kenya.
01/11/2018 £14,649 CLIC Sargent 4 Towards the refurbishment costs of Jeremy’s Room at Paul’s House..
01/11/2018 £100,000 WellChild 2 Towards the costs of running its Family Tree Network.
18/10/2018 £10,000 SeeSaw 1 Towards the costs of its bereavement support service for children.
30/07/2018 £180,000 Jessie May Trust Towards core costs.
26/03/2018 £10,000 Richmond's Hope 2 Towards its bereavement support project for children with disabilities.
26/03/2018 £157,128 Motivation Charitable Trust 3 Towards the costs of parent/carer training and support groups as well as a contribution to Motivation’s staff costs in the UK and Malawi..
11/01/2018 £125,000 Emms International 1 Towards Chifundo to improve access to palliative care in Malawi.
18/10/2017 £31,800 Oily Cart 4 Towards its work to train and mentor emerging and established artists.
18/10/2017 £103,568 Contact a Family 6 Towards the salary and on-costs of a Campaign Manager for the Disabled Children’s Partnership.
12/10/2017 £12,550 Child Bereavement UK 8 Towards a research project to improve bereavement support in schools.
02/08/2017 £12,000 Heart 'n Soul 8 Towards Heart 'n Soul's 'Big 30' installations oral histories project.
25/05/2017 £50,000 Child Bereavement UK 8 Towards bereavement support to children and families affected by the Manchester bombings on 22 May 2017, predominantly through proactive outreach to schools in the affected areas.
04/04/2017 £53,122 National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE) 4 To enable completion of the EPIPEG study.
11/01/2017 £20,414 Motivation Charitable Trust 3 Towards its work to Inform and Empower Adults and Children with Disabilities in Malawi.
11/01/2017 £25,742 Council for Disabled Children 6 Towards a second phase of on the national data on disabled children.
17/11/2016 £50,000 Contact a Family 6 Towards upgrading its online presence..
07/11/2016 £10,000 Heart 'n Soul 8 Towards projects to mark the organisation's 30th anniversary year.
25/05/2016 £27,960 Council for Disabled Children 6 Towards research to improve our use and understanding of the national data on disabled children and children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.
21/03/2016 £150,000 Sibs 1 Towards the salary costs of the director, office costs and development and maintenance of Sibs’ websites.
21/03/2016 £99,720 Council for Disabled Children 6 Towards mapping and good practice development to include using the proposed work for an application to the National Institute of Health Research for further funding..
21/03/2016 £20,000 Multiple Births Foundation 1 Towards core costs.
18/03/2016 £246,133 Signal 4 Towards a new programme in Northern Uganda.
16/12/2015 £100,000 Oily Cart 4 Towards its core costs.
16/10/2015 £100,000 Heart 'n Soul 8 Towards its core costs.
16/10/2015 £60,000 Sky Badger 2 Towards core costs.
16/10/2015 £10,000 Sky Badger 2 Towards the restructure and redesign of Sky Badger’s website..
13/04/2015 £80,000 Council for Disabled Children 6 Toward's EDCM core costs in the final 12 months.
17/12/2014 £15,000 Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance 2 Towards the appeal to support Shepherd’s Hospice in Sierra Leone to provide community care and support to those affected by Ebola and other life limiting conditions.
17/12/2014 £1,418,161 Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity Towards the True Colours Chair. The grant will cover the salaries (and on-costs) of the Chair and her PA, a contribution towards the Unit’s running costs and an accommodation allowance for the Chair. As with all grants, annual payments are subject to satisfactory reporting.
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THE TRUSTEES WILL HOLD THE TRUST FUND AND THE INCOME THEREOF(SUBJECT ONLY TO ANY EXPRESS CONDITIONS IMPOSED BY ANY DONOR OR TESTATOR) UPON TRUST TO PAY OR APPLY THE WHOLE THEREOF IN SUCH MANNER AS THE TRUSTEES SHALL IN THEIR ABSOLUTE DISCRETION THINK FIT WITH POWER FOR THE TRUSTEES (IF IN THEIR ABSOLUTE DISCRETION THEY THINK FIT) DURING THE PERIOD OF 21 TEARS COMMENCING WITH THE EXECUTION OF THIS DEED TO ACCUMULATE THE WHOLE OR ANY PART OR PARTS OF THE INCOME OF THE TRUST FUND BY INVESTING THE SAME IN ANY INVESTMENTS HEREBY AUTHORISED AND SO THAT THE ACCUMULATIONS SO MADE SHALL BE HELD AS AN ACCRETION TO THE CAPITAL OF THE TRUST FUND TO OR FOR THE BENEFIT OF SUCH ONE OR MORE CHARITABLE PURPOSES OR CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD AT SUCH TIME OR TIMES IN SUCH MANNER AND IN SUCH PROPORTIONS AS THE TRUSTEES MAY FROM TIME TO TIME IN THEIR DISCRETION DETERMINE.