Donal Blaney, Founder of Griffin Law, created The Griffin Law Charitable Foundation to support national and international charities that fit with the Foundation’s ethos and pre-established requirements. Each month, the trustees of the Foundation meet to discuss how to dispense up to £1,000 to good works that may benefit from our funding. This month’s grants were made to causes dedicated to enhancing the lives of young people.
Snodland Cricket Club
Over the Summer, the club started a youth initiative to get youngsters more involved in cricket. It signed 30 youth players to the club from the local community. It now needs to put its players through coaching badges and to buy suitable equipment for colt training, so as to formalise the training.
It will cost the club £450 to obtain the necessary coaching badges. It will cost £150 to buy a range of youth equipment such as bats, pads and youth balls.
- £600 to cover the costs stated above
The Little Princess Trust
The Little Princess Trust has provided more than 10,000 wigs, free of charge, to young people who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment or other conditions such as alopecia.
It is one of the UK’s largest charity funders of children’s cancer research and, since 2016, has committed more than £15 million to projects focused on finding kinder and more effective treatments for childhood cancers.
- £700 to cover the cost of a wig plus fitting
The Griffin Law Foundation is a charity registered in England & Wales with charity number 1183766 with its principal office at 60 Churchill Square, West Malling, Kent ME19 4YU.
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