Frequently asked questions
You are eligible for a grant if you are:
- a registered charity.
- a community interest company (or CIC).
- an individual funding a not for profit project, primarily to benefit a community or with a view to pursuing an environmental cause or social purpose, rather than to make a profit for self-interest.
Where the studies or training relate directly to the charitable project which is being delivered under the terms of the grant, this is acceptable.
We do not set up meetings before receiving an application. However, if you have any questions regarding your application, please email us ›
We will acknowledge your application by email once we have received it. You may be invited to a Zoom with our team members to discuss your application in more detail. We aim to respond to all applications within ten weeks of the published closing date.
The funds are from the Enjoolata Foundation.
We review every application; however, due to the number we receive, we do not provide unsuccessful applicants with feedback.
If your application is unsuccessful, it could be because there are similar projects that we felt could have a more significant impact on the community and environment or that we thought would benefit more from our support.
We encourage unsuccessful applicants to apply again in the future.
Once submitted, you will receive an email confirming we have processed your application. We will read your application and respond within ten weeks. We will either invite you for a zoom interview or let you know if your application is unsuccessful or successful.
If successful, we will send funds via bank transfer within ten working days of awarding an application.
It is rare we give funding above the amount specified on the application form.
Our community grants exclusively support charitable projects in the BN area.
We currently have partnerships with organisations in both Kenya and Nepal. However, there is no application form for projects overseas, and we select these internally.