The WPH Charitable Trust is dedicated to providing funding for individuals, groups and organisations to help prevent, relieve and cure sickness in Coventry and Warwickshire. The fund distributes approximately £250,000 every year.

Established in 1994, the Trust has benefited the lives of many individuals and groups to aid, relieve, care and support. The Trust provides grants for medical research, buildings and equipment.

The WPH Trust was set up with funds from the sale of the Warwickshire Private Hospital in 1994.

Whether a particular need is small or large; the Trust can offer financial assistance. Grants have been given to a wide variety of projects across Coventry and Warwickshire including:

  • Patient care and support services
  • Play learning and development equipment
  • Home refurbishment and construction
  • Medical equipment
  • Nursing staff and medical support
  • Medically related research

The Trust offers funding and grants to :

  • Individuals of any age
  • Hospices and Charitable groups
  • Academics and Research

If you live/are based in Coventry or Warwickshire – click here to apply for funding today.

The WPH Charitable Trust is a company limited by guarantee and is regulated by its Memorandum and Articles of Association and the Charities Act 1993.

Administrative Office

The WPH Charitable Trust, c/o Blythe Liggins, Edmund House, Rugby Road, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 6EL.

The Registered Office

Barclays Bank Chambers, 20 Bridge Street, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6AH

Registered in England and Wales Company Number: 1354943

Registered in England and Wales Charity Number: 507325

Click here to contact the Trust

The WPH Charitable Trust Gold Medal

The medal has been renamed the H Singh Memorial Medal in tribute to a very highly regarded Trustee. It is awarded each year to the best overall graduating medical student from University of Warwick Medical School.

The Trustees

The Trustees are responsible for the management and running of the charity. They have the authority and obligation to invest sums of money to produce an income. Income generated from the trust fund is given as donations in the form of grants, utilising at least the anticipated annual net income of the Trust to meet its aims and objectives.

Medical Projects

Research & teaching
Medical student bursaries