The Jephcott Charitable Trust is seeking applications to provide funds for specific projects or part of a project where successful monitoring can be achieved and which the Trustees consider suitable.
Grants are made in the range of £2,000 to £10,000, and in exceptional cases only, up to £20,000.
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The funding priorities are:
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The diversity of appeals presented to the Trust makes it very difficult to apply definite rules for selection. The Trustees are very flexible in their approach and take into account the following when considering a project:
- ‘Pump-priming’ donations – usually given to new organisations and areas of work
- The ability to effectively evaluate and monitor the long-term benefit and value of the donation
- Local involvement in overseas projects and local sourcing of any materials required
- Involvement with a third party – for example ODA, NGO
- Charity administration costs as a percentage of funds raised – this should be below 15%
- The reserves and assets held by the Charity
- Whether the project is basic or palliative, on-going and long-term
- To what extent has the organisation has helped themselves and sought to raise funds
- Whether the applicant has been the subject of any adverse comment or action by the Charity Commission – If so full details must be provided
The Trust does not support:
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- Organisations whose administrative expenses form more than 15% of their annual income.
- Animal welfare.
- You are a registered charity or properly constituted organisation. The purpose for which you are applying must be legally charitable and your constitution must allow you to carry out that work.
- Your proposal falls within their funding priorities.
- The work for which you want funding has not already taken place.
- The work will benefit an individual.
Your Applications is Unlikely to be Successful if it:
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- Consists of core funding and/or salaries
- Involves animal welfare or heritage
- Comes from an individual, including students or project trust expeditions
- Is a general appeal from large national organisations
- Is from organisations concerning themselves with poverty in the UK
For more information, visit https://www.jephcottcharitabletrust.org.uk/applytojct.htm