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McDougall Trust (registered with the Charity Commission as the Arthur McDougall Fund - reg. no. 212151) is a charitable trust originally formed in 1948. Its name derives from a member of the flour milling family, Sir Robert McDougall, who provided the initial capital gift for the Trust.

The Trust’s purposes, as stated in its governing scheme, are to advance knowledge of and encourage the study of and research into:

The Trust’s work includes:

The Trustees are pleased to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of the Trust and they will continue to review the impact it has made to ensure the Trust's limited funds are applied effectively.