The Jubilee Trust was established in 1985 as the result of two generous donations by Lionel Brierly, who was supported by CCS Disability Action during his childhood.

The Trust provides financial support for people with physical disabilities living in Northland, Auckland and the Eastern Bay of Plenty, helping with some of the extra costs disabled people often experience.

It also encourages people with a disability to continue their education, take on new opportunities and enhance their wellbeing. This is an acknowledgment of the strong contribution people with a disability can bring to our society.

Grants We Offer
  • Jubilee Trust Scholarship: For students in their final year of study at tertiary level. The scholarship is for $10,000.
  • Education Grants: For students in their first or second year of study at a tertiary level. Typically up to a maximum of $3,500.
  • General Grants: For a broad range of purposes to fit the needs of the applicant. Typically up to a maximum of $3,500.

The total amount granted to any one individual or family will generally not exceed $7,500.

To find out more about the application process and our funding round deadlines, please read the Jubilee Trust and Cook Opie Trust brochure which is available in PDF, Easy Read and Word.

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