Charities in Wales

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WREXHAM SPORTS CLUB FOR THE DISABLED

Charity number: 1000030

Income: £50

We encourage disabled sport, and take part in sport for disabled athletes.

PLANNING AID WALES

Charity number: 1000115

Also known as: CYMORTH CYNLLUNIO CYMRU, P A W, PAW

Income: £165,181

We support communities and planning authorities to work better together in shaping places. We work with local planning authorities to support approaches for thoughtful community engagement as part of..

STIWT ARTS TRUST LIMITED

Charity number: 1000243

Income: £378,730

PROMOTE AND ADVANCE EDUCATION BY ENCOURAGING PARTICIPATION IN ALL FORMS OF THE ARTS AND PROVIDING CULTURAL ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE LOCAL AND WIDER COMMUNITY

PWYLLGOR NEUADD RHYDYGORLAN

Charity number: 1000350

Income: £2,981

village hall for community events

THE RHYS DAVIES TRUST

Charity number: 1000391

Income: £22,479

SUPPORT FOR LITERATURE IN ENGLISH IN WALES

JAMES WILLIAMS TRUST

Charity number: 1000451

Income: £40,353

To advance the Christian Faith in any part of the world, usually done by the granting of gifts to individuals and organisations

ABERCONWY PHAB CLUB

Charity number: 1000485

Income: £1,037

Provides weekly activities for disabled people and people with learning disabilities, promotes integration with able bodied people, there are six volunteers and twenty one members, plus four support w..

LEWIS MERTHYR BRASS BAND

Charity number: 1000499

Income: £10,851

Promoting the art of Brass Band playing and fostering an appreciation for the art through concerts and related activities. Tuition given to juniors, who go on to develop a strong sense of discipline, ..

THE COALBOURN CHARITABLE TRUST

Charity number: 1000688

Income: £6,028

Advancement of the education of the public and in particular the promotion of research into the field of ecology and the publication of the useful results of such research

THE ISLE OF ANGLESEY CHARITABLE TRUST

Charity number: 1000818

Income: £2,509,367

Grants are made out of annual investment income to charities, voluntary organisations and other local bodies for projects on the Isle of Anglesey.