We aim to support charitable and not-for-profit organisations within the Mid-Essex area by providing small grants. We like to support charities with lower incomes so our grants can make the greatest impact.
We predominantly fund specific projects, rather than the general running costs of an organisation.
We aim to support charitable and not-for-profit organisations within the Mid-Essex area by providing small grants, typically up to £5,000.
All applications for Grant Funding will be considered in the light of others received and available resources.
We have granted funding to provide support for an array of local projects including:
We only grant funding to national or international charities if the funds will be applied within the local area and will therefore make a difference within the Mid-Essex community.
Routine applications are considered by the Grant Panel twice a year.
Routine applications must be submitted by:
Late applications will not be considered and will be rejected. However, emergency funding applications can be submitted at any time and will be considered as soon as practically possible.
All routine applications will be informed of the Grant Panel decision within 1 month of the closing date. Emergency funding applications will be notified within two weeks of submission.
Once your application is received for review, the decision-making body will be the Grant Panel. The panel will consist of no fewer than four members of the Trustees of the Walter Farthing Trust. Supplementary members may be co-opted as necessary.
Routine applications are considered twice a year by the Grant Panel. As above, applications must be submitted by the following time and dates:
1700 on 31 January 1700 on 31 July
All routine applications will be notified of the Grant Panel’s decision within one month of the closing date.
Emergency funding applications can be submitted at any time, to be considered when practically possible. Emergency applications will be notified within two weeks of submission.
There will be no right to appeal when a decision has been made.