The Duveen Trust

The Geoffrey and Elise Duveen Charitable Trust

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Introducing the Duveen Trust

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The Duveen Trust was established in 1989 in memory of Sir Geoffrey and Lady Elise Duveen with the intention of supporting projects in the UK. The remit of the Trust is to support pieces of work in its entirety; or help projects of individual initiative by young people up to the age of 25 years old.

The Trust has a grant potential of around £15,000 per annum for distribution, which is allocated to those who meet our funding criteria and successfully complete our application process.

Are you currently looking for funding for a project in the UK? Does your project fit within our funding criteria?

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"I truly believe that had I not received the helping hand from the Trust I would be in a very different place right now. I want to say a huge thank you for your continued support and giving me the opportunity to go against the odds"

Kirsty Sharp, Youth & Community worker
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"I would like to extend a massive thank you to The Duveen Trust whose support has been vital in getting us to the next stage of development for our website"

Cherish Watton, Women’s Land Army website
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"I have also been shortlisted as Foundation Doctor of the year by the Royal College of Psychiatrists directly as a result of the film The Duveen Trust kindly supported"

Joseph Malone, Film Director
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"I am very thankful for The Duveen Trust for helping me gain such a memorable experience"

Ian Grant, Youth Leader