charitable trust

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a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes


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David Holt, chairman of the WPH Charitable Trust, added: "Bert came to us through Warwickshire's Heart North Team, which looks at aids and adaptations around the home to help people keep their independence.
15 crore from the Zia Charitable Trust Fund, the report said.
Coun Kim McGuinness, cabinet member for culture and communities, said: "This is the first time that a charitable trust has been set up to manage parks and allotments on such a large scale and I am delighted.
They also shared some of their creative work with guests at an event in Dewsbury, hosted by Creative Scene, a group working with the 6million+ Charitable Trust.
Under the Charitable Trusts Act, Mr Sefton has wide statutory powers to examine and inquire into the Njamal People's Trust.
Raising close to PS5,000 was a fantastic effort and will go towards to really important causes the Wright Hassall Charitable Trust provides support to.
We are hugely grateful to the Selwyn-Lloyd Charitable Trust for their kind and committed backing of the project.
We had 118 participants this year, from New York to California, supporting the Special Forces Charitable Trust and special operations community.
The Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust was set up in 1972, supporting players and their families who have been severely injured whilst playing rugby in Wales.
Angela Bradford, commissioning and healthy lifestyles director for the ExtraCare Charitable Trust, said: "We're thrilled to have been shortlisted and it's a tribute to the team who do so much to help older people maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle.
It is remarkable what the Helmsley Charitable Trust has been able to accomplish in a relatively short period of time, both in terms of its grant making and the exceptional organization it has built to support its programs and operations," says Paul.
Raymond James (RJF) is asking its advisors to refund some fees associated with mutual fund sales to clients with qualified plans and charitable trusts, the company confirmed Wednesday.
The RAF Charitable Trust is the youngest of the RAF's family of charities having been set up in 2005.
If a charitable trust holds shares, it would lose exemption under section 11(5) of the Income-tax Act.
CARDIFF Hoteliers' Association has presented the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust with a cheque for PS2,000 to go towards its work with injured rugby players.
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