Aims of the Fund The Eye Grammar School Fund is a Trust fund set up by the Charity Commissioners in 1977 to provide grants of money to young people and educational organisations in the locality. The capital for the Fund came from the proceeds of the sale of the Eye Grammar School building. The Trustees meet quarterly, in January, April, July and October, to consider applications and award grants. Applications must come from individuals or organisations serving people under 25 who live in the parishes of Eye, Athelington, Bedfield or Horham. The special grants are intended to cover expenses not provided by the Local Education Authority. These might include the cost of purchasing books, clothing, tools and instruments, course fees for educational purposes, or in preparation to enter a trade or occupation. The grant should help further the career, education, or learning of young people. For more information, see Mrs Joy.