The Worrall & Fuller Charity

Charity No: 312507


About Us

The Worrall and Fuller charity began in 1689 and supports the education and training of children and young people in need who live in, or have parents working in, the southern part of Islington, London. This area was formerly called Finsbury. We are a very small charity which gives small grants from about £250 to £750 each, to around 25 to 30 children and young people each year.
Our small income of approximately £20,000pa comes from our historic invested endowment, a small agricultural rental, and donations from generous businesses and individuals.

How we can help

We support children and young people by providing small, individual grants.

All grant applications should be educationally related.

Grants are generally between £250 and £1000.

Applicants can only make one application per year.

Applicants should give as much information as possible in their applications.

Examples of grants given by the Charity include:

Applications for the following will not be considered by the charity:


The beneficiary of a grant must be a child or children aged 5 to 21 years of age.

The applicant must live or study (or whose parents work) in the area of benefit.


The charity is led by a small group pf charity trustees called Governors. They are people who have a strong local connection to the area, either by residence, business, or working and volunteering with local schools.

Mrs Nicola Brooker (Chair)
Ms Anne Anderson
Mr Adrian Dicks
Mr Alex Dunn
Mr Jeremy Kent
Mr Nye Williams-Renouf
Mr Adam Wilson

Grant Applications

Under the terms of the trust, the Fund can approve grants for educational and vocational purposes for young people. Click here for more details about the Application process.

The deadline for papers for the next meeting is the 14th June 2022. Please email completed application forms to Worrall&

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