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CHK Charities Limited was incorporated on 20th November 1995 as a private company, limited by guarantee and not having a share capital, under a Memorandum of Association dated 17th November 1995.

 
 
 
 
 
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Applications should:-

  1. State clearly who they are, what they do and whom they seek to help.
  2. Give the applicant's status, e.g., registered charity.
  3. Confirm that the organisation has a Child Protection Policy (where appropriate) and that Criminal Record Bureau checks are carried out on all staff working with children.
  4. Describe clearly the project for which the grant is sought answering the following questions: What is the aim of the project and why is it needed? What practical results will it produce? How many people will benefit from it? What stage has the project reached so far? How will you ensure that it is cost-effective?
  5. If the request is for a salary, enclose a job description.
  6. Explain how the project will be monitored, evaluated and, how its results will be disseminated.
  7. State what funds have already been raised for the project, and name any other sources of funding applied for.
  8. Explain where on-going funding (if required) will be obtained when the Charity's grant has been used.
  9. If the request is for revenue funding for a specific item, please state the amount needed.

Please keep the application as simple as possible and avoid the use of technical terms, acronyms and jargon. If you are sending videos or CD Roms, please provide a stamped address envelope so that they may be returned.