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Love Em - The Emma ROWE Trust

Charity Number: 1196061
Entity's Status: Active
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Description

This charity has a purpose described as:

To support families in circumstances where a parent has died by providing grants from time to time as the trustees see fit in the interest of social welfare with the object of improving the conditions of life for the persons whom they are intended. In particular for families with children up to 16 years of age by issuing grants to the parent or guardian to provide them with an opportunity to undertake family activities with a focus on sport related activities and events for families living in england and wales. The grant making policy will focus on i) identifying families where a parent has died and children are below 16 years of age ii) determining if there is reciprocal recognition that the family would benefit from such a grant iii) the trustees will collectively decide on the appropriate support and grant for each family based on their circumstances.

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Names

The list below contains all names that Love Em - The Emma ROWE Trust did, or does operate under. Also provided are links to the charity commission website entry.

Names for Charity Number 1196061
NameCharity Commission Link, Status - Name Code
Love Em - The Emma ROWE Trust Disambiguate1196061-0, (AN) active-100374035

Charity Classification

This charity has been given the following classification(s).

Classifications for Charity Number 1196061
ClassificationArea
General Charitable Purposes
Other Charitable Purposes
Children/young People
Other Defined Groups
Makes Grants To Individuals

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Source

Data used on this page was fetched from the Charity Commission on 9 October, 2021. See licence in footer.