Gannochy Trust

Distributed by: Gannochy Trust

 

To make a positive difference for the benefit of people living in Scotland, with a preference for Perth & Kinross

The Gannochy Trust was founded in 1937 by Arthur Kinmond Bell, known as A K Bell, for charitable and public purposes as a direct result of his family’s successful distilling business. A K Bell’s first project built the Gannochy Housing Estate between 1925 and 1932 to provide rented accommodation for the people of Perth

Various award sizes - depending on project

Preference for communities within Perth and Kinross

Projects

  • Disability sport
  • Facilities / Buildings / Places
  • Equipment
  • Projects specifically targeted at young people
  • Community sport
  • Projects designed to engage people in sport
  • Outdoor sport

Groups

  • Not-for-profit club or community group - with governing Document

Other notes

Donations will only be made to charities which meet the OSCR Charity Test.

Date published: 12 August 2016
Date updated: 14 September 2017

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