Subsidiary Trusts

BFSS administers a number of restricted funds as below.

Alfred Bourne Trust

Helps those undertaking education up to the age of 30.  The fund has a relatively low income of less than £1,000 pa. Following a review of arrangements for the administration of this Fund, BFSS has asked London South Bank University to distribute the funds from the Alfred Bourne Trust alongside the funding made available to the University each year from the BFSS Trust (see below). The University has been asked to use the funding to benefit good quality students, training to be teachers, in financial need. Applications should be made direct to Student Services at the University; applicants may visit the Student Life Centre or they can email studentlife@lsbu.ac.uk.

Berridge Trust

Supports the training of teachers of cookery or nutrition. It has a relatively low income of less than £1,000 per year. If you are an organisation you should apply using our online grant application and individuals should apply using the application form for individuals.

British School Charity

Provides grants in support of education in the Saffron Walden area for students up to the age of 25. Annual income is around £7,000. Most grants go to schools and educational institutions but some grants are made to individuals living in the area.

If you are an organisation you should apply using our British School Charity application form and individuals should apply using the application form for individuals.

The BFSS Trust

The BFSS makes an annual allocation from this fund to London South Bank University with a request that the University should use the funding to benefit good quality students, training to be teachers, in financial need.   Grants are made by the University and students should apply direct to Student Services at the University; applicants may visit the Student Life Centre or they can email studentlife@lsbu.ac.uk.

South Church Educational Fund

Supports educational initiatives in the area of the District of Wear Valley from an income of around £1,000.  Grants may be made to individuals or organisations.    If you are an organisation you should apply using our online grant application and individuals should apply using the application form for individuals.

Sarah Walker and Spafford Fund

Provides an annual grant to Durham University for student travel. Grants are made by the University to students at the University and students should apply to the University direct.

Old British School, Bratton

Supports the education of persons under the age of 25 who are in need of financial assistance and who live within a radius of 20 miles from Bratton, Wiltshire.   Most of the funding available is allocated through the Wiltshire Community Fund but organisations may also apply direct to the BFSS using our online grant application.    Grants are no longer made direct to individuals other than through the Wiltshire Community Fund.