What is the Trust for Research and Education on the Arms Trade?
The Trust for Research and Education on the Arms Trade (TREAT) was established in 1990 to promote research into the international arms trade and its effects, and disseminate the results of such research. It acts as a grant-making charity. The main, but by no means only, beneficiary is the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) and a full list of grants made in recent years is on another page.
Do you want to apply to TREAT for a grant?
If you wish to apply for funding, you can find details of the kinds of projects TREAT supports and how to apply here.
Are you a CAF account holder?
If you are a Charities Aid Foundation account holder and wish to make a donation towards CAAT through TREAT, please specify clearly that you wish your donation to be used to fund CAAT's work. If making a gift to CAAT in this way, please be aware that your donation will be restricted to those areas of CAAT's work which are eligible for charitable funding - research and education.
Who are the Trustees?
Helen Close, Chris Cole, Ann Feltham, Nicholas Gilby, Sam Rimmer, Robert Spain, Anna Stavrianakis
Do you need more information?
TREAT's Charity Registration Number is 328694 and annual returns are made to the Charity Commission. TREAT has a page on the Commission's website.
For any other information, or to make a grant application, contact the Secretary, Jon Nott:
Address: Unit 4, 5 - 7 Wells Terrace, London N4 3JU
Tel: 020-7281 0297