Trust Administration

In addition to the help that we provide to people in need, we also offer a wide range of trust administration services.
This is an area of expertise that we have developed over 20 years and one that many trusts find highly beneficial and
extremely cost effective. Our trust services can be broadly divided into the following:

Grant Administration

Clerkship

Full trust management

If you would like to know more about our trust services, then please download our latest leaflet or call Katie Scranage on: 0116 222 2210.

We also operate a Small Grants Scheme offering grants to charitable organisations.


Grant Administration

This service provides trusts, companies and individual donors with easy access to the people they want to help. We have considerable expertise in processing applications from peop ...[Read More]

Clerkship

This service is popular where trustees wish to retain control of their charity but have limited time to commit to the work involved. The service that we offer ranges from adminis ...[Read More]

Full trust management

Managing a trust can be time consuming and it can sometimes be difficult to find and retain trustees. We are able to take full management of trusts and co-opt our trustees to that ...[Read More]

Trusts we administer

Charity Link administrates a number of grant-making trusts that offer grants to a range of individuals and organisations.  Each charity has its own objects and criteria.  Please ...[Read More]

Small Grants Scheme

The Charity Link Small Grants Scheme offers grants of up to £500 to charitable organisations in Leicester, Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire. Applications to the sch ...[Read More]


Robin was trying to start again


Robin had been through a very difficult time and has recently been discharged from Bradgate Mental Health Unit. He was trying to put his life back together and had just moved into his first home since leaving the Unit. Robin had lost all his belongings, he had no furniture, bed or cooker. He was extremely vulnerable and desperately trying to cope in the outside world. Robin’s only income came from Incapacity Benefit and Disability Living Allowance and he simply could not afford to furnish his new home.

We helped immediately and bought a bed and cooker for Robin, and he is now starting to rebuild his life.
Big problems and headache.