The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust

The Trust is unlikely to fund the following:

  • Advocacy
  • Animal welfare
  • Campaigning or lobbying
  • Capital projects (unless a specific element falls within the Trust’s remit)
  • Community transport organisations or services
  • Conferences and Seminars
  • Counselling and psychotherapy services
  • Cultural Festivals
  • Drug abuse or alcoholism rehabilitation
  • Educational projects linked to the National Curriculum
  • Endowments
  • Exhibitions
  • Expeditions and overseas travel
  • Friend/Parent Teacher Associations
  • General and round-robin appeals
  • Individuals
  • Large national charities
  • Medical Research
  • NHS hospitals for operational and building costs
  • Organisations that are not Registered Charities (or accepted as Exempt Charities)
  • Projects taking place or benefiting people outside the UK
  • Recordings and commissioning of new works
  • Religious causes and activities
  • Routine maintenance of religious or historic buildings
  • Replacement or subsidy of statutory funding or for work we consider should be funded by Government
  • Sport
  • Umbrella organisations
  • Universities, Colleges and Schools (other than those dedicated to the arts)
  • Schools, Nurseries and Playgroups (other than those for special needs children)
  • Works to enable a building to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act 2010
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Deal Festival’s BOLD AS education programme takes place in various primary schools in the Deal area and provides an exciting opportunity for young people in East Kent to learn a brass instrument and play creatively in a brass ensemble alongside professional musicians. Over the course of each year, the programme involves regular p-trombone and p-trumpet creative workshops with top-class professional musicians, an introductory whole school assembly session and public concerts at the Deal Festival. BOLD AS also provides training for local teachers and schools’ concerts. The programme has been supported by the Trust for the past two years.