Marsh Christian Trust

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Marsh Christian Trust is a national charity in the United Kingdom, based in London. It was founded in 1981 and is a registered charity under English law.[1]

The Trust specializes in providing small annual grants to charities to pay for running costs and in running a range of Award schemes, the Marsh Awards, intended to reward the work of volunteers and charity workers.

The Trust's founder Brian Marsh was appointed an OBE for services to business and charity in the 2005 New Year Honours.

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The Marsh Awards are given in the areas of conservation, science, the arts, heritage, literature and volunteering. As of 2015, over 70 different types of Awards are made. The awards given include:

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