The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust is inviting applications for its Ann Rylands Small Donations programme 2020. This programme does not award multi-year funding or provide substantial sums for capital appeals.
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There are no specific dates for submitting applications. Appeals may be made at any time and will be considered by the Trustees as soon as possible. Not more than one application can be accepted within a period of 12 months. There are no reporting requirements.
As part of the application process applicants will be asked to submit a copy of the charity’s most recent signed accounts, a bank statement dated from within the last 3 months, a budget if applying for funding for a specific project, and any other information considered relevant to the assessment of the application.
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The Trust will only accept applications directly from eligible charities. It will not accept applications submitted on their behalf by professional fundraisers or individuals. When completing the online application form:
- sections 1 & 2 of the form must provide contact details for the applicant charity.
- contact details must be of an employee of the charity who is aware of the application and can be contacted.
- the application must be submitted by the applicant charity itself.
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- The Ann Rylands Small Donations programme makes grants of up to £1,500 to support smaller charities across the UK providing support for older people, people with disabilities or others facing difficulties in their lives.
- Applications will only be accepted from charities registered in the UK. Applications are not accepted from faith-based charities, charities operating outside the UK or for multi-year funding.
- Potential applicants should note that it is not possible for the Trust to make donations under this programme to:
- organisations which are not registered as a charity in the UK. Regrettably the Trust cannot consider requests for financial help from community groups which are not registered charities or from, or on behalf of, individuals
- charities that have been registered in the UK for less than 2 years
- overseas organisations, or to organisations based in the UK who use their funds for charitable purposes overseas
- faith-based charities
- hospices (as these are able to apply to the Trust’s Hospice Fund)
- ammonising charities (i.e. those that give grants to others), village and community halls, uniformed groups (such as Scouts and Guides), carnivals and arts festivals, and charities engaged in political activism g. charities which have received funding from the Trust within the previous 12 months.
For more information, visit https://julesthorntrust.org.uk/programmes/ann-rylands-small-donations/
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