Janet & Bryan Moore

The Janet & Bryan Moore Charitable Trust has been established to support projects which unite local communities within the counties of Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire.

To be eligible for a potential grant  please complete the 'Application Form' setting out the details of your project and why you think supporting your project will result in uniting your local community.

janet bryan moore charitable trustThe Trustees of the Charity will assess your application on its merits and should they feel your project is suitable and aligns with the Charities' objectives, an offer of financial support will be made. The maximum amount of support per project is £20,000.

All grants award by the Trust must be used to cover costs that are directly connected to carrying out the charitable activities that the Trustees have agreed to fund (Funded Activities).  

Grants can be used either to cover costs that are directly connected to carrying out the charitable activities that the Trustees have agreed to fund or to fund expenditure on the following:
(a) Salary costs;
(b) Capital expenditure, provided the Applicant is able to demonstrate that the expenditure is essential
(c) Contributions to the cost of overheads, provided that the Applicant is able to demonstrate that such overhead costs are essential
(d) Other types of expenditure.

If the Applicant is a non-charitable organisation the proposal must also:
(a) provide evidence that the organisation has a bank account with at least two unrelated signatories; and
(b) demonstrate that all of the activities in the proposal will qualify as being charitable for the public benefit if they are undertaken by an organisation that is registered as a Trust in England and Wales.

Visit janetandbryanmooretrust.org.uk for more information.

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