We aim to relieve poverty and other needs by paying grants to people and organisations.
We provide accomodation for older people who can live independently, with or without support.
We provide personalised residential care for older people.
We provide personalised nursing care for older people, including end of life care.
The origins of Yardley Great Trust lie in the fourteenth century when John de Yerdeley gave his lands for the benefit of local people in poverty. The Trust is now part of a group of charities managed by up to fifteen Trustees who meet monthly (except August). Five of the Trustees are local Vicars, two are nominated by Birmingham City Council and the remaining eight are co-opted for their special knowledge of the area.