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WHO WE'VE HELPED

Who We've Helped

Awards

The following list shows an example of the projects /organisations that have
successfully been awarded grants by the Finnis Scott Foundation:

  • Fitzwilliam Museum
  • Hestercombe Gardens Trust
  • The Hospitalfield Trust
  • Langley House Trust
  • Northumberland Wildlife Trust
  • Cambo Heritage Trust
  • Cambridge University Botanic Garden
  • Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens Trust
  • Cowden Castle
  • Fairfax House
  • Greenfingers
  • Kelmarsh Trust
  • Prism Youth Project
  • Sulgrave Manor
  • The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
  • Heritage Care
  • Lancaster University/Ruskin Library
  • North Devon Hospice
  • Rhyl Primary PTA
  • St Albans Museums & Galleries
  • Oxford University Botanic Garden
  • Kew Gardens
  • Lettering & Commemorative Arts Trusts
  • Sue Ryder
  • Royal Birmingham Society of Artists
  • Skip Garden
  • Society of Antiquaries of London
  • South London Botanical Institute
  • Spring Hill CIC
  • Sunnyside Rural Trust
  • Towner Art Gallery

Case Studies

The Foundation has an emphasis on helping to train young professionals in both major fields of interest

  • The Garden House

    The Garden House

    3rd April 2017

    The Garden House is a 9 acre garden run as a charitable trust. We have a small staff, myself Head Gardener, Foreman David Milburn - both of us fulltime plus Louise Jenkins, Patanne Reed, and... Read More »

APPLY FOR A GRANT

We can give grants up to £10,000

Fill in the online application form to apply!

Apply for a Grant »

Contact Us

If you would like further information about the Botanical Art Award, please email the Secretary: botanicalartaward@finnis-scott-foundation.org.uk

For more information about The Finnis Scott Foundation, please email: administrator@finnis-scott-foundation.org.uk
or telephone +44 (0)1604 233233

The Trustees intend to meet to discuss grant application forms on:
12th July 2017 – forms to be returned to the administrator by 16th June 2017
18th October 2017 - forms to be returned to the administrator by 22nd September 2017

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