Grant Opportunities

Michael Cornish Charitable Trust’s Grant Program – United Kingdom

Michael Cornish Charitable Trust’s Grant Program – United Kingdom

Deadline: 28-Nov-20

The Michael Cornish Charitable Trust is pleased to invite charities and not-for-profit organizations for its grant program for a specific project.

Seed Grants
The Michael Cornish Charitable Trust is a grant-making charitable organization. The trust was founded by Michael Cornish in 2005; the present trustees are Michael, Harriet Cornish, and Richard Vigar. The Trust Administrator is Phillipa Cridland.

Priority Areas

They support organizations that work in the following areas:

General Charitable Purposes;
Children/ Young People;
Disabled / Disabilities;
Economic/ Community Development;
Amateur Sport;
Advancement of Health or Saving of Lives.
Eligibility Criteria

They support charities and not-for-profits throughout the UK. Individual applications will only be considered in exceptional circumstances.
Review Dates

Applications are reviewed quarterly in March, June, September and December.
Once you submit an application you will receive an email confirming the date your application will be reviewed.
They will confirm the outcome of your application within 30 days of the given review date.
How to Apply

Before you can apply for charity funding you will need to register an account. This account will be registered using your name and email address.
You will also need to provide your charity name, charity number (if applicable) and a contact address. You must enter a valid charity number if you have one.
Each application is linked to your charity name and number as well as the account contact name, this allows you to register an account for a charity that may have been registered previously by another fundraiser.
From your account dashboard you will be able to edit your account details.
Once you have registered you can submit new applications from your account.
You will need to enter an application title, a short description and a detailed description for your application.
You can upload multiple supporting documents such as project plans and current funding estimates. Acceptable formats include pdf, doc, and docx, and you are restricted to 5mb per application.
You can save applications until you are ready to submit them, however when you submitted an application for review you will no longer be able to edit it.
You can view your previous submitted applications on your account page.
Application Assessment

Applications are reviewed quarterly by the Trustees, taking into consideration the eligibility and purpose of each application.
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