Applications Open for The Andrew Wainwright Reform Trust Grants for Democratic Society

Deadline: 14 January 2018

The Andrew Wainwright Reform Trust Ltd is currently accepting applications for its grant program. The objectives of the Trust are framed in general terms to work for a just and Democratic Society and to redress political and social injustices.

Grants Size

The Trust administers investments producing a grant budget that currently varies between about £60,000 and £75,000 a year.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The Trust will prioritise groups or individuals that are ineligible for charitable funding because they are considered too political or radical to come within the Charity Commission’s guidelines.
  • The Trust will support work undertaken at both regional and national level and occasionally overseas. It may also consider pioneering projects operating on a more local basis that have a potentially wider impact.
  • The Trust normally gives grants only to groups or organisations, but in exceptional cases it may consider an application from an individual with proven experience or skill in their chosen field or it may make a personal award to an individual in support of outstanding commitment and effectiveness relevant to the Trust’s interests.

How to Apply

Applicants are required to submit:

  • a completed registration form;
  • up to four A4 pages setting out their proposal;
  • a full budget for the project;
  • most recent audited annual accounts or an up-to-date statement of income & expenditure (if only recently formed);

Applicants can submit their application via email at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit Andrew Wainwright Reform Trust.

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