Deadline: 10 September 2020
The Philip Henman Trust is offering grants to major UK- based charities, who are concerned with long-term overseas development and who require partnership funding for projects lasting between three and five years.
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The Trust spends all of its available grant expenditure on projects that are of a duration of three-to-five years and which are operated by major UK charities concerned with long-term overseas development. Long-term overseas development includes projects committed to education, skills development, the development of basic infrastructure and technology.
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These grants are split into annual payments (between £3,000 and £5,000 P.A.) with a maximum total of £25,000.
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A successful application will be one that proves the following:
- The project is being run professionally by an established major UK- registered charity (defined as having an expenditure of over £100,000 PA).
- Where the project is working within close proximity of children or vulnerable adults, the project is subject to a safeguarding policy.
- The project is concerned with long- term overseas development. They do not fund projects attending to urgent medical need or other types of emergency.
- The project will start no earlier than 1st December (following the application process) and will run for no more than five years. They do not fund ongoing concerns.
- The funding from the Philip Henman Trust is important to the project (they require that their grant covers between 20% and 80% of the total project budget).
- The project will provide a lasting beneficial impact for the people, communities or environment it seeks to help.
- The project is being partly funded by other sources. Voluntary work and central- office administration costs can be counted as another source of funding.
How to Apply
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Applicants can apply online via given website.
Eligible Country: UK
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