The two charities of St Giles-in-the-Fields and St George’s Bloomsbury, providing relief from hardship through alms and educational grants

Area of benefit

The map below shows the boundaries of both charities areas of benefit.  The Alms charity is in blue and the Education charity is in green.  All applicants for Grants for Individuals must live in the blue area.

Both charities include the historic parishes of St Giles-in-the-Fields, St George’s, Bloomsbury and St Paul’s, Covent Garden – parts of Bloomsbury and Covent Garden.  Our Education charity also covers south Westminster.

Alms Charity – the area of benefit is the parishes of St Giles-in-the-Fields, St George’s, Bloomsbury and St Paul’s, Covent Garden.  The parish boundaries do not match local authority boundaries, but the area includes most of Bloomsbury, and Holborn & Covent Garden wards in Camden, plus small parts of St James’s and West End wards in Westminster.  You can see if you live within the area of benefit by using the street name list on the ALMS page within Grants for Individuals.

Education Charity – the area of benefit is described as 18 church parishes, including St Giles-in-the-Fields, St George’s, Bloomsbury and St Paul’s, Covent Garden.  It covers most of Bloomsbury, and Holborn & Covent Garden wards at the southern tip of Camden and the seven wards across south Westminster (Knightsbridge & Belgravia, West End, St James’s, Tachbrook, Churchill, Vincent Square and Warwick).