Our Funding Criteria
Could The Clare Milne Trust Support Your Project?
Registered charities which benefit people with disabilities
Projects located in the South West, benefitting people who live in Devon and Cornwall
We are looking for local and regional charities, which are
Small and well run
Charities with strong support from volunteers
Charities with only modest expenditure on fundraising and administration
The Clare Milne Trust will only support charities and organisations who recognise that safeguarding is everyone's business. It Is The Clare Milne Trust's expectation that all charities and organisations will take responsible steps to safeguard all of their own staff and volunteers as well as those people whom they support.
Please ensure that any DBS checks and safeguarding training is up to date when applying for funding.
We tend not to offer grants to national or other larger charities although on occasion we have supported such charities in specific local projects.
The Trustees do not normally consider grant applications of less than £2,500. Applications for projects in Devon or Cornwall which are seeking a grant of less than £2,500 may apply to the Clare Milne funding programmes managed by the Devon Community Foundation and the Cornwall Community Foundation.
Our Trustees meet four times annually. Our aim is to contact applicants with our decision within two weeks from the date of the Trustee meeting.
Please note that applicants should wait two years between each sucessful application for grant funding from The Clare Milne Trust. The exact details will be included in your grant receipt letter.
If you would like to apply please click here for details.
Next Trustee Meeting - 24th April 2024
All grant applications are assessed in a quarterly trustee meeting.
New grant applications will be considered at the trustee meeting on Wednesday 24th April 2024, please ensure that your application reaches the registered office or is sent via email to arrive between Monday 19th February 2024 and Thursday 28th March 2024.