Welcome to the Summerfield Charitable Trust
The Summerfield Charitable Trust was established by Ronald Summerfield, a Cheltenham antique dealer, shortly before his death in 1989.
During 2017 we paid 95 grants totalling £578,167 to a wide variety of good causes throughout Gloucestershire, ranging from small grants of £500, to larger grants of £30,000. Read More
In 2015 the Summerfield Charitable Trust celebrated its 25th Anniversary by awarding a special grant of £359,000 to Gloucester Cathedral's Project Pilgrim. Read more
Click on the video below to view a history of grants paid
The True Cost of Humans
A few places are left on the Summerfield Trust Cheltenham Science Festival Discussion on Saturday 9th Jun 2018 11:15am - 12:15pm, Cheltenham Ladies College, visit our news page to book your place.
CREATE GLOUCESTERSHIRE - New Chair & Directors Needed
Are you looking for a new challenge? Do you have a head for numbers? Are you supportive of Arts and Culture and want to help their development in Gloucestershire? Create Gloucestershire are looking for new Board members. See our news section for more details.
COULD THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE GATEWAY TRUST HELP YOU?
Over the next 20 years, the Trust will plough an estimated £10m income generated by the new M5 Gloucester Services into sustainable community projects. To find out more read our Projects funded page.
VOLUNTEERING WITH SCOPE
The Scope Charity Shop in Cirencester, are currently carrying out a big recruitment drive to engage the local community. You can find out more about Scope and the work they do at https://www.scope.org.uk/ and on our news page
NEW ENVIRONMENTAL UPDATE:
We have updated our WHAT WE FUND page to include additional information for applicants who are looking to improve energy efficiency, habitats, conservation management, environmental education or environmental community engagement projects.