Registration number: 1063312/0
Subsidiary Charities: None
Meetings of the Charity of Robert Phillips:
The Trustees of the Charity of Robert Phillips meet four times a year to consider applications for financial assistance.
The forthcoming meeting dates of the Trustees are as follows:
Monday 4 March 2019 - deadline for receipt of fully completed application forms need to be returned by Friday 22 February 2019
Monday 10 June 2019 - deadline for receipt of fully completed application forms need to be returned by Friday 31 May 2019
Monday 9 September 2019 - deadline for receipt of fully completed application forms need to be returned by Friday 30 August 2019
Monday 9 December 2019 - deadline for receipt of fully completed application forms need to be returned by Friday 29 November 2019
Monday 9 March 2020 - deadline for receipt of fully completed application forms need to be returned by Friday 2 March 2020
Please note that the Trustees will not consider retrospective applications and therefore if you are wishing to apply for financial assistance, you must ensure that your application is submitted well in advance of your event.
Should your application be received by the Charity after the advertised deadline dates (as above), please note that the application will not be considered at that meeting but will be held for consideration at the next scheduled meeting date. In such circumstances, should this mean that the purpose for which the grant is sought becomes retrospective, it is highly unlikely that the Trustees will support funding.
Mrs Tracey Hulse
Assistant to the Clerk to the Trustees,
(a) The provision of land and buildings to be settled upon trust for use for the purpose of a public library or public museum or any similar charitable purpose, or the maintenance of any such institution; and
(b) The promotion of education in the appreciation of music, drama and the fine arts.
Grants are allocated under category (b) in accordance with various grants policies, including a school music scholarship music scholarship scheme, a musical instrument scheme and a training awards scheme. Support is also given to other appropriate arts related organisations.
Area of Benefit:
The Ancient Parish of Walton-on-Thames (Walton, Hersham and part of Oatlands)
Method of Benefit:
The Trustees of the Charity meet as a selection panel on a quarterly basis to consider applications for grants which comply with the terms of the Trust and with their grant policies
Governing Document: A Scheme of the Charity Commissioners dated 23 April 1991
Administrative District: Elmbridge