The Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust Grant Program – UK

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The Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust Grant Program – UK

Deadline: 31-Mar-21

Applications are now open for the Margaret Dobson Further Education Trust Grant Program to promote the education, learning, training, recreation, and rehabilitation of, among, and for people with special needs such as those suffering from any disability of the mind or body, or those in need by reason of social and economic circumstances.

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In reality, the trust focus is the support of organizations for young adults with learning disabilities, after leaving school, with the aim of giving them practical skills to prepare them to be able to lead independent lives.

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The Trust is not large and grants of up to £5,000 are given.
What the Trust Will Fund?

With limited resources at their disposal, the Trustees will prioritize applications from projects, which meet the first criteria and at least two of the following:

Designed for, and aimed, at people with learning disabilities aged 18 to 25 outside the school environment. Those age 16+ who are not in formal education, training, or work will also be considered.
Have been adversely affected by Covid 19 and its implications.
Offer the opportunity for people to gain transferable life skills, which may include how to access support Offer employment experience.
Build-in accredited training.
Enable social interaction with other people, and allow self-expression and confidence-building From smaller organizations that are demonstrating an entrepreneurial approach to a locally identified issue.
Working in partnership with relevant local organizations and service providers.
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Applications of a general kind, which have no specific purpose other than to increase the financial resources available to the charity, will not be considered;
Organizations that are overtly religious.
Eligibility Criteria

It is regretted that grants can only be made to institutions or organizations who are registered Charities, Charitable Incorporated Organizations or Community Interest Companies. In no circumstances is it possible to make a grant for the benefit of an individual.
Grants will not be made to charities in receipt of funding in the previous year, except where a specific project has been awarded funding over a period of more than one year. Therefore, for a two-year grant, there will usually be one year between the final grant year and any further grant being awarded.
Only organizations with a turnover of less than £1 million will be considered for funding
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