Applications for the Truck Trust 2023 are NOW OPEN!
The Truck Trust was born out of the desire to expand our support and give back to the surrounding communities of Oxfordshire, which is at the very heart of Truck Festival’s ethos. The Trust builds on and helps to grow the annual fundraising and charitable donations that the festival has already made.
The Truck Trust has awarded 26 funding grants totalling £13k, with over 92% of funding going directly to Oxfordshire based organisations including Aspire Oxford, Be Free Young Carers, BHYP, One-Eighty + more!
The Truck Trust is a micro trust of GivingWorks a UK registered charity (charity no: 1078870).
You can donate to the Trust through our Just Giving page below!
2023 Trust Funding Applications are now open!
We do not require that you are a registered or existing charity or organisation. Individuals and new groups are welcome to apply.
Please ensure you fully read our Funding Application Guidance document before applying for a grant.
If you wish to apply for a grant please complete the Application form by hitting the button below.
The deadline for applications is Monday 3rd July 2023.
If you have any questions regarding the application process please contact [email protected]
The Truck Trust provides grants up of (usually) up to £500 for projects, organisations that provide opportunities and activities which sit within our four key pillars:
Our Local Community
A local project or organisation that enhances, educates or supports the lives of the local communities surrounding Hill Farm.
Our Future Generations
Organisations or individuals with projects that uplift and engage with young people who would like to gain an insight into the events industry or wish to showcase their creative talent at the festival
People and the Planet
Organisations or individuals that are involved in improving, raising awareness or supporting societal issues such as (but not limited to) the environment, homelessness, physical and mental health.
Oxfordshire’s Arts and Culture
Organisations or individuals that are heavily involved with and promote the rich art and cultural history of Oxfordshire.