Voluntary and community groups working on Bransholme can apply for up to £500 if their income is not more than £20,000 a year (including fundraising, grants and donations).
If your group has more than £5,000 a year you will have to send your Constitution or rules, and your Annual Accounts with your application. Smaller groups should send them if they have them. If you have problems, Hull CVS can help with these if you need it.
For more information and help about Bransholme Trust Grants, contact the Grants Officer Jayne Robinson on (01482) 324474 or email email@example.com.
Please ensure that you read the guidance notes fully before completing the application form.
This is a copy of the agreement with Hull CVS that all groups have to sign before they can receive their Bransholme Trust Grant.
Voluntary and community groups that want to apply for a Bransholme Trust Grant will have to send a statement of their annual income and expenditure. This information sheet explains what a Statement of Income and Expenditure is and gives you a form you can use to create one for your group.
You can read our latest report Bransholme Trust and Starter Grants Annual Report April 2013 – March 2014 now.
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