Awarding of Grants
We are exclusively a Grant Giving Charity. We invite registered and established charities that match our Purpose and Objectives to apply for a Grant.
We will not accept unsolicited Grant Applications.
It is a requirement that the complete Grant Application process is followed;
A Formal Grant Application Form should be completed to ensure transparency and accountability.
Any charity or third party that receives a Grant must meet the requirement to be eligible for funding, as detailed in our eligibility criteria.
Reports will be submitted to record what has been achieved and how this has been achieved 6 months after the Grant is awarded. This may involve a visit by a Trustee to the Charity to observe how the funds are being allocated.
Ongoing communication and reports will ensure that the funds granted are solely applied to the exclusively charitable purpose/s applied for and in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.
Grants may be awarded on a project by project basis.
To be eligible for funding:
The work should either (a) involve using music therapy with young people to provide emotional support for critical or terminal illnesses or (b) result in significant additional awareness of Pancreatic Cancer
Our eligibility criteria
- The musical activities should primarily benefit children and young people
- The project and any associated activities must take place in the UK, with Hertfordshire/SE being our focus
- The award cannot be used to fund salaries
- A record of how the award has been used will be required
- We will not typically consider applications for project grants to cover equipment or running costs only
- Our maximum single grant is £2,000