- Grants will normally be made to institutions and organisations, not to individuals.
- Further and Higher Education institutions may apply for block grants to support individual students experiencing financial hardship.
- Grants will usually be directed towards the public sector of education, although particularly deserving cases within the private sector may also be supported.
- Grants will not normally be made in support of an activity or purpose that is usually funded by public money.
- Funding may be provided for the relief of hardship and to increase student inclusiveness.
- Grants will be awarded in support of small capital projects which enhance education or or enrich the learning experience of pupils/students.
- Funding will be provided for projects which utilize the outstanding outdoor features of North Wales and are aimed at building leadership and personal qualities in young people in North Wales.
- Grants may be made to reward excellence or achievement in the form of prizes.
- Most grants are one-off awards. Multi-year grants will not normally be provided for longer than three years.
Please click here for details of how to apply to Thomas Howell’s Education Fund for North Wales.