LARGE GRANT PROGRAMME

Eligibility

Application Process

Support for effective projects

The second grant available is £1,000 to £5,000. As assessment of the costs included within your bid or grant application will be conducted prior to the award of any grant.


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LARGE GRANT PROGRAMME

The second grant available is £1,000 to £5,000 As assessment of the costs included within your bid or grant application will be conducted prior to the award of any grant.
PLEASE CHECK THE ELIGIBILITY FIRST BEFORE APPLY THE PROGRAMME.

APPLICATION FORM FOR LARGE GRANT PROGRAMME


FAQ ABOUT THE PROGRAMMES

AM I ELIGIBLE?

Candidates need to be a registered charity or CIO.

Grants can be utilised towards project running costs (including salaries), equipment or capital developments.  The work can be new, continuing or a one-off initiative.

APPLICATION AND PROCESS FOR ASSESMENT

Application – external application for support must be made using The 64 Trust application form, available on request.

Allocation – To available funds according to their availability and criteria.  Requests that cannot be allocated to live fund are rejected.

Assessment – To determine whether the request should be shortlisted for support, ensuring that the grant making criteria has been met.  Requests not shortlisted will be rejected.

Approval – Once assessed, applications will be presented to the Trustees for consideration and a final review.  The Trustees meet to consider applications at least once every 12 weeks.  Once the approval process has taken place, the Grant Officer will communicate the Trustess’ decision to the applicant.

Monitoring – All grants are conditional on participation in the Trust’s impact monitoring process.

HOW THE PROCESS AFTER SUCCESSFUL GRANT APPLICATION?

Applicants who are successful in process will go through the monitoring process:

All grants are conditional on participation in the Trust’s impact monitoring process.

The aim of the monitoring process is:

  1. To ensure that the grant has been spent on the activities or items agreed
  2. To identify if there are any issues with how the grant is being spent
  3. To gather information on the activities funded by The 64 Trust
  4. To identify what impact the grant has had and how it advances the charitable purpose of The 64 Trust