The Pratt Green Trust

Scholarships, bursaries and grants are available for church musicians, hymn writers and people studying religious music. 

  • Grants for the training of musicians cannot be made unless specifically related to the promotion of Hymnody, and such requests will normally be expected to come from a church or related group.
  • Grants for the payment of course fees (including the training of cathedral choristers) cannot be considered, although grants towards the purchase of course books may come within the objects of the Trust.
  • Grants for general funds will not normally be entertained. The Trustees will favour giving grants towards appropriate publications based on professional estimates, where small pump-priming grants might be appropriate.
  • Grants for capital expenditure (e.g. organ restoration, new hymnbooks) will not normally be entertained.

Last updated on 16 July 2019

Who is eligible?

Church musicians, hymn writers and people studying religious music who need financial assistance for studying or training. 

What we don't help with: 

  • Grants for the training of musicians are not usually given
  • Grants for the payment of course fees (including the training of cathedral choristers) cannot be considered, although grants towards the purchase of course books may come within the objects of the Trust.
  • Grants for general funds are not usually given
  • Grants for capital expenditure (e.g. organ restoration, new hymnbooks) are not usually given

How to apply?

Contact the trust to apply. 

Applications should include a detailed budget covering the need for a grant, details of any other grants or sponsorship applied for, and a reference from a third party e.g. a college principal.

Contact details

5 Flaxdale Close
Knaresborough
North Yorkshire
HG5 0NZ
Email: pgt.centre@googlemail.com
Web: http://www.prattgreentrust.org.uk/

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