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Charles Hayward Foundation Grants

Funds for NGOs

Activities: Others

Tag: Funds for NGOs, Funds for NGOs in Africa, Funds for NGOs of Common Wealth Countries of Africa,Charles Hayward Foundation Grants
Sir Charles Hayward was born in 1893 in Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. In 1911 he started his own business making wooden patterns for the developing engineering trade. His early involvement in the motor industry proved to be a springboard for his later success culminating in the formation of Firth Cleveland Ltd. He was Chairman from its inception in 1953 until 1973 when he retired.

Sir Charles used his personal fortune to establish and endow two charitable trusts, the Hayward Foundation and the Charles Hayward Trust. The two charities were combined on 1st January 2000, to become the Charles Hayward Foundation.

  • The Foundation seeks to be an independent and effective grant maker
  • The Foundation seeks to be clear and transparent in its activities
  • The Foundation sees the value in supporting activities which have been demonstrated to work and can be replicated, but is also open to creative approaches
  • The Foundation seeks to promote self-reliance and independence in individuals and groups
  • The Foundation strives to be approachable, responsive and professional in all its dealings
Who can apply:If you are a UK registered charity delivering projects in Commonwealth Countries of Africa and have an annual income of between £150,000 and £5,000,000 you may submit an application.  We do not run this category under our small grant programme.

The area of operation :for both our main and small grant programmes is the British Isles. We consider the quality of projects more important than their geographical location.

We also have an overseas category as part of our main grant programme, which awards grants to UK registered charities undertaking projects in the Commonwealth Countries of Africa.
  • Clean water and sanitation
  • Basic health programmes
  • Self sustainability through training in farming skills and income generation activities

  • Projects that adopt a holistic approach throughout all project stages and have a well defined ‘exit strategy’
  • Projects being delivered at the grass-roots level through an established and proven delivery partner who is fully engaged with the local community
  • Projects that clearly demonstrate the local communities involvement and that necessary training and education is in place to sustain the project beyond the delivery partner’s departure

The applicant must be able to demonstrate that robust governance and monitoring procedures are in place

Disaster appeals
Gap years, electives, project visits overseas
Overseas disability awareness

HOW MUCH CAN I APPLY FOR?:The trustees will fund one off projects with grants of up to £15,000

HOW TO APPLY:For this category we ask you to write an application letter and to ensure that the following is included:

Name and location of organisation:The official name of your organisation and its location.

Contact details:Give your name and position within the organisation, contact telephone number, email and postal address.

Description of organisation:Provide a description of your present work and the priorities you are addressing. Quantify the scale of your operation – how many people do you help and how?

Description of proposed project:Describe the project you are undertaking, detailing the number of people and groups who will benefit and how. Specify how life will be improved for the target group.

Project aims:Please describe how your project is meeting ‘our funding priorities’ specified in this category.

Project cost:For larger projects give a breakdown of the costs. Capital and revenue costs should be kept separate (project costs should be presented in pound sterling).

Funds raised and pledged:Give a breakdown of the funds raised to date towards your target, separating capital and revenue, where applicable. Include the amount of any of your own funds or reserves going into the project, and any money you intend to borrow.

Outstanding shortfall:Specify the amount of money you still need for capital and revenue separately.

Timetable:State the timetable for the project; when it will start and be finished.

Accounts:Include one set of your latest accounts, annual report if available, and a list of your trustees if these are not referenced in the accounts.  If your accounts show a significant surplus or deficit, high or low reserves, please explain this briefly.

For Main Grants and Small Grants you can download the Guidelines here

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