History and Objectives of the Trust
The St Lazarus Charitable Trust was established under a trust deed on 1 March 1983 and registered with the Charity Commission no: 286918.
The objects of the Trust are:
...the relief of poverty and sickness, the relief of the disabled and the advancement of the Christian religion, and in particular: relief of persons suffering from leprosy; relief of the aged; relief of victims of disaster and war; and the advancement of the Christian Faith.
David Powell KCLJ (Chairman)
Charles Betz OLJ
Ivar Grey OLJ
David Knox KLJ
John Reid KCLJ
Patrick Wilkins CLJ
HE Gareth Vaughan GCLJ
David Knox KLJ
Clerk to the trustees:
Val Hiscock DCLJ
Consultants to the trustees:
Prof. Robert Ashford CLJ (Hospitaller, Grand Priory of England & Wales - Trust Manager)
The Revd Fr Alan Gyle SChLJ (Almoner, Grand Priory of England & Wales)
Roger Hirst KLJ
Jonathan Prichard KCLJ
Dr Michael Waters OBE, KCLJ (Former Hospitaller, Grand Priory of England & Wales)
Dr. David Woolf KCLJ
Trustees are initially elected for a term of three years. They can then be re-elected for a further three-year term, but after a period of six years as a trustee they must retire.
Procedures and Policy for Grant making
Grants are made to such institutions and authorities and in a manner as the trustees think fit.
The trustees receive advice from their consultants.
Grants are usually made in October/November each year, and applications should be submitted by 30th September. In cases of emergency and disasters grants are made at the appropriate time.
Applications must be in writing, using this pro-forma, and sent to:
The Grants Secretary
The St Lazarus Charitable Trust
2, The Glove Factory