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Round 3 opens on 1 November

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If you think your charity meets our criteria, you can fill in our application form online. You may find it helpful to look at the questions you will be asked, before starting the online application process. To do this download the list of questions and notes (2-page PDF file, 23K).

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How to Apply for Funding 

Before making an application, please read the Guidelines and information about the Process for Applying, as outlined below.  You should only submit an application if your work falls within our priorities. Applications may be made using the form on our website. The form cannot be submitted on-line, or sent by email.  It must be printed and posted.  

Guidelines for Applicants 

3 November, 2017

The Balcombe Trust are continuing to look at funding innovative projects working with homeless and/or unemployed or not in education young people (NEETS) in the UK. We are particularly interested in projects working with young women.

To this end they are running a trial scheme where they invite competitive proposals twice per year.

They now wish to award a small number of grants of £5,000 to £25,000.

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It is recommended that all applicants take time to read these guidelines in order to avoid submitting applications that are likely to be rejected. You may like to refer to our previous Annual Reports which will give you more of an idea of both the type of organisation supported and the amounts awarded. Only if you think your project falls within our criteria should potential applicants telephone the administrator, Karin Hooper on 020 7410 0330, to seek further advice if you are still unclear about the grant-making criteria in the following guidelines.

3 November, 2017

The Edge Fund are now open for our second funding round of the year!  They  will be giving around £40,000 to about 30 grass-roots groups, campaigning for effective social change. They will be accepting applications from the 2nd of October until Sunday 12 the of November.

 

How to apply

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JRCT is concerned that the rights of vulnerable and marginalised communities in the UK are being eroded, particularly Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities, migrants and refugees. We believe that equality and human rights play a vital role in protecting the most vulnerable and in turn benefit the whole of society. We need to grow public support and empathy for the rights of vulnerable racial and religious minorities, to hold governments to account and to strengthen the hand of those advocating with and for these communities.

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In wider society, the way that power is concentrated, shared and used is changing as a result of globalisation, new technology, new channels of communication, extreme inequality and other factors. These changes bring increased risks of unaccountable power, but also new opportunities for interconnected, engaged and flourishing democracy.

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Following more than a decade of the “War on Terror”, The Joseph Roundtree Charitable Trust believe that many aspects of the dominant approaches to defence and security are counter-productive and can serve as drivers of violent conflict both overseas and in the UK. They are also deeply concerned at the extent to which the values that underpin these approaches are embedded at all levels of society in the UK.

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The trustees usually support capital projects, not running costs. In cases where capital grants are made, the projects are usually expected to be self-financing thereafter.

There are three types of grant; major grants of £50,000 and above, medium grants between £5,000 and £50,000 and small grants below £5,000. Small grants account for 80% of those awarded annually.

There are two criteria to fulfil before applying for a grant. Please ensure you read these carefully before making an application.

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