Funding for Adults & Children with Physical Disabilities (England)

The Paul Bush Foundation Trust supports registered charitable organisations in England whose objectives are solely related to the provision of services to people with an acquired disability as a result of an accident or birth injury.

Grants of up to £10,000 for one year only are awarded at twice yearly meetings held in April and October. Preference is given to discrete projects with defined outcomes and seed-funding will be considered. For example, grants may be awarded for:

  • Projects or items related to improving the health and well-being of individuals suffering as the result of an acquired physical disability.
  • Projects or services aimed at providing education to disabled people, their families and professionals regarding the difficulties they face.
  • Projects or services that assist individuals or families to overcome social deprivation related to disability.

Funding is also available to assist those individuals with a disability to improve their physical, psychological and emotional well-being. Applications for funding for individuals must be supported and completed by a third-party sponsor, for example, a health/personal care professional, social worker or charity /support group representative.

The Trustees meet twice yearly in April and October with successful applicants being advised by 1st November and 1st May each year.

Useful Links:

Organisation Application Guidelines

Organisation Application Form

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