The Kennel Club Educational Trust

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Introduction to the trust

The Kennel Club Educational Trust (Registered Charity No. 1121454).

The Kennel Club Educational trust is a dog charity that looks after the education and training of all those connected with dogs. They make a difference by funding a wide variety of work that focuses on the following objectives:

  • to promote dog education in the wider community including young people, schools and voluntary organisations
  • to support educational and voluntary institutions through the awarding of grants
  • to manage The Kennel Club's venues at which education, training and dog related activities are centered
  • to ensure that best value and impact is achieved through the money spent on behalf of The Kennel Club

How to apply for a grant

The Kennel Club Educational Trust will consider applications for funding from individuals, organisations or groups.

  • Applications must meet The Kennel Club Educational Trust’s objectives
  • Applicants must specify the amount of funding required, along with a breakdown of individual costings
  • All applications must be made using our online application form

The Educational Trust's Trustees

  • Gerald King (Chairman of The Kennel Club Educational Trust)
  • Paul Rawlings (The Kennel Club Board, Chairman of The Kennel Club Accredited Instructors scheme, Field Trials Committee Member)
  • Jeff Lloyd (Primary Education Consultant)
  • Helen Geeson (YKC Management Team)
  • Tony Allcock OBE (The Kennel Club Chairman)

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