How to Apply
How to Apply
An overview of the process
1. Check the “What we Fund” section to ensure you meet our eligibility criteria.
2. Decide which level of grant you would like to apply for:
3. Complete your application, check you have all the necessary supporting documents (detailed in the guidance included with the application) and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Your grant application will be assessed by our administrator, and if it meets our initial criteria, will then be presented to the Directors of the CIC for their consideration. We will acknowledge receipt of your application, and then aim to contact you again within 6 weeks.
5. If your application for funding is successful, you will be expected to sign and return a copy of our Terms and Conditions (link here) and may be asked to provide additional information before we make a payment to you.
6. We expect that your project will be completed and the money went within 12 months of the grant offer.
7. You will be expected to send us photographs of the completed project and/or your committee or beneficiaries
8. You will be expected to display a plaque acknowledging the support of Fullabrook CIC, and to acknowledge us in any publicity.
Very Small GrantsGrants up to £250 are intended to allow start-up funding for new groups, projects or activities and do not require the same level of supporting information as our other grant schemes. It is not necessary to have a constitution, or even a bank account in the name of the organisation. These applications will be authorised by a fast-track proces
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Small GrantsSmall grants of up to £1000 will be given for small projects or items of expenditure. Your organisation must have a constitution or similar governing document, and a bank account in it’s name. These applications will be authorised by a fast-track process.
Main GrantsGrants in excess of £1,000 - You will need to provide a copy of your constitution, copies of your most recent bank statements, your latest set of accounts, and a quote or similar evidence of the project costs. You should be able to demonstrate why this project benefits the local community, and how you know it is needed.
Young Learner’s Enrichment FundA new pilot for a small grant scheme for schools located within the Fullabrook area of benefit.