Notes: Please read these before completing the Grant Application Form.
1. Applicants need to be aged over 16 and normally resident in the Stirling and Falkirk Council areas. A
beneficiary who is related to the grant applicant may be younger than 16 years.
2. The charity’s Trustees seek to give grants which will improve the quality of life for individuals from any
age group who are disadvantaged by social or educational need or disability and who are endorsed by a
carer, minister or social / health / community education worker.
3. Please note the charity does not give individual grants for:
• Medical treatment or medical research;
• Deficit funding or repayment of loans;
• Retrospective funding;
• Projects unable to start within 12 months;
• Distribution to third party organisations; general appeals and endowment funds or the relief of
4. The charity’s Trustees reserve the right to ask for a statement of financial need relating to the applicant
or his/her own family.
5. The charity’s Trustees reserve the right not to disclose their reasons for supporting or refusing an
individual application and to amend the charity’s grants guidelines at any time.
6. We recommend that you give brief answers to the questions on the application form.
7. As the charity’s Trustees meet in February, May, August and November the closing dates for applications
are 31st January, 30th April, 31st July and 31st October. Urgent grant applications may be considered
(Revised, September, 2019).
Please provide details for the questions below. A colleague may help you with this.
c) What items would be purchased with the grant? – please give detailed costs and include quotes. *
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successful grant applications. No details are given which might identify applicants. If
you are successful in obtaining a grant, can we use your story.
By clicking on “Submit” you are applying for a grant from forthgiving and agreeing to the Terms and
Conditions listed in the Notes section.)