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St Peter’s Saltley Trust

From April 2024, the St Peter’s Saltley Trust is to dedicate one third of its annual grants budget to funding grass-roots projects being developed by individual churches, schools or colleges (or small local partnerships of these). Grants are available for new work which is creative, innovative, experimental and exploratory in nature, and focused upon:

  • Religion (particularly Christianity) in school education 
  • Religious literacy, church-college partnerships and spiritual development in Further Education and Sixth Form Colleges 
  • Christian learning and discipleship within church and community settings 

The Trust particularly wants to support the development and trialling of new initiatives which could become the model or inspiration for work elsewhere. 

Applications are welcome from all working in the the St Peter’s Saltley Trust’s geographical region of benefit, which embraces Birmingham and Solihull, and extends to the Black Country, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

For more detail of funding priorities and eligibility criteria, click HERE or e-mail THIS ADDRESS. Read more about the work of the St Peter’s Saltley Trust HERE

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