Ursula Keyes Trust
The Ursula Keyes Trust was established in 1985 as the legacy of a prominent Chester resident. The purpose of the Trust is to support the financial needs of various organisations and individuals in the Chester area, particularly in the fields of health and social care.
A wide range of causes are supported, including cultural and leisure projects, particularly when matched by other fundraising efforts. Funds are mainly directed at the cost of the capital projects and equipment rather than as a source of funding for on-going running costs or salaries. National charities are also considered for support if there its a clear link to local beneficiary.
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Ursula Keyes was a prominent Chester resident who set up a Charitable Trust prior to her death in 1989 at the age of 75.
“Thank you to the Ursula Keyes Trust and all the other donors and fundraisers who have helped us so far.”
Chester City Baths
“We are hugely grateful for the outstanding support, belief and encouragement we have received from everyone involved in this project. It would not have been possible without them.”
Chester FC Community Trust
“We are extremely grateful to everyone who has contributed to enable us to replace the mobile classroom and ensure that we can support families in our local community for many more years.”