Welcome

The Prince Philip Trust Fund makes a real difference to the quality of life of people from communities across the extensive area of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Established in 1977 as a grant-giving trust, we particularly focus our support towards disability, health, the elderly, families, children and young people, those in social need and the arts.

What we fund

Find out more about the projects and people we support throughout the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

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How to apply

Get information about our application guidelines and complete a short eligibility questionnaire before downloading an application form.

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About us

Established in 1977, we have given almost £2 million to over 1600 projects.

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How you can get involved

If you would like to find out more about how you can help to raise funds for The Prince Philip Trust Fund
please get in touch with Trust Secretary

Chris Aitken:
info@theprincephiliptrustfund.org
01753 859 668

Funds distributed

£2m

Beneficiaries

1600

Years established

40

Annual distribution

£50-100k

Events

Ascot race day

On 2nd May 2018, Ascot Racecourse set the backdrop to a fundraising event organised by The Prince Philip Trust Fund and the Rotary Club of Windsor and Eton. Guests were treated to a champagne reception, lunch and afternoon tea, live entertainment, and auction and an exciting afternoon of racing ...
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Case Studies

Developing Sporting Potential – Michael Bovingdon

Supporting young people to be active and promoting access to sports are two key issues that the Prince Philip Trust Fund likes to assist with grant funding. As testament to this, young shooting hopeful, Michael Bovingdon, ...
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News

Over £96K in Grants Given to Local Charities Supporting Residents through the Covid-19 Pandemic

August 2020: A special fund made available by The Prince Philip Trust Fund to help charities and projects in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to support residents through the Coronavirus pandemic has now closed having issued a total of £96,795 in grant funds.
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