Trustees seek grant applications for projects which meet the Trusts funding criteria which may include capital expenditure and/or salary costs.. You will not be eligible to apply if your charity has received a grant within the last 3 years
Equine welfare grants are normally only considered from charities that are members of the National Equine Welfare Council (NEWC) or charities that are proactively working towards membership of NEWC. Membership of NEWC ensures equine charities are working to improve equine welfare standards and adopting industry best practice.
Applications are welcomed from charities supporting older people, or from hospices that are able to show they provide equitable care to older people. Whilst the Trustees recognise that people aged over 65 traditionally may have been considered old, this arbitrary age cut-off rarely defines true old age in the modern era. Applications are therefore expected to demonstrate clearly defined benefits to older people who are frail. For more information on frailty please see: https://www.bgs.org.uk/resources/introduction-to-frailty
They welcome applications from all qualifying charities, no matter whether small or large.
Completing this application form is a relatively simple process and should no longer than 15 minutes to complete. The deadline for applications for the next meeting is 26th August 2022.