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Trinity Trust Gifts Over £200 Million to The Morgan Foundation

The Trinity Trust, a family trust set up by Steve Morgan CBE, has gifted over £200 million to The Morgan Foundation in a move which will benefit thousands of charities and community groups, particularly those helping children and families in desperate need.

Latest Awards...

  • Birkenhead Youth Club
  • Child and Family Connect
  • Flintshire Disability Forum
  • Four Estates, Runcorn
  • Halewood Youth in the Community
  • Liverpool Bereavement Services
  • The New Belve Youth and Community Sports Centre
  • The Orrell Trust
  • The Yellow House, Liverpool
  • Speke Baptist Church, Noah's Ark Community Centre
  • St Joseph's Family Centre, Warrington
  • The Venus Centre
  • Woodwork to Wellness, Saltney

OVER £2,000,000 AWARDED IN 2016/17

The Morgan Foundation

  • The Company of Friends

    The Company of Friends

    A theatre company formed by and for adults with learning disabilities, it enhances the autonomy of it's members and challenges perceptions

  • Rhyl Men's Shed

    Rhyl Men's Shed

    Providing a friendly and supportive environment that promotes wellbeing, targeting men experiencing social isolation

  • Steve Morgan, Founder and Chairman

    Steve Morgan, Founder and Chairman

    Steve was awarded the CBE for services to philanthropy in the 2016 Queen's Birthday Honours

  • Redbridge High School

    Redbridge High School

    A Smiley Bus allows pupils access to activities that improve life skills and participation in the wider community

  • Chestnut Lodge School

    Chestnut Lodge School

    The sensory room benefits all the pupils and helps them reach their full potential

  • Sistema Cymru - Codi'r To

    Sistema Cymru - Codi'r To

    Community regeneration and educational enhancement, through music

  • Cheshire Ability Counts Football League

    Cheshire Ability Counts Football League

    Has six divisions and is the main provider of both social and competitive disability football within the County

Now with an expanded grant programme of over £2 million per year, we target our funds where they can be most effective in making a real difference to people's lives.


Since 2001 a total of over £35m has been committed and donated for charities and good causes in our region.