Information for grantees
Grant Terms and Conditions
If you are offered a grant by the Prudence Trust, you will receive a Grant Agreement letter outlining what the grant is for, the amount, funding period, and any associated conditions. This will be accompanied by our Grant Terms and Conditions. You should confirm that you wish to accept our grant as soon as possible by returning the declaration form that is attached to your Grant Agreement letter.
Grants will be paid after we have received your signed declaration form and confirmed your bank details.
One-year grants or the first year of a multi-year grant will typically be paid towards the start of your Grant Period. We make grant payments every other month and will schedule your payment for the next available payment run. Future payments will be made annually from that date (unless agreed otherwise) and are subject to satisfactory reporting.
We ask all grant holders to keep us updated via regular reporting. We value openness and want to hear about problems as well as successes. We use these reports in several ways, including to learn from your work, to meet our own due diligence responsibilities, and to determine whether your grant period or payment schedule needs adapting.
We would like you to complete an online form which is personalised to you and your grant. We will send you a link shortly before your report is due and you can use the Word versions of the form below to plan your answers.
- Interim progress report form – send these to us every six months during your grant period.
- Final report form – send this to us within three months of the end of your grant period.
If you have a current grant with us and wish to acknowledge the support of the Prudence Trust by name or include us in a list of supporters in any publicity, display or documentation, please do so. If, however, you’d like to add a further description of the Trust, or its activities, or to include us in a press release, please contact us for approval in advance of any publication.
If you have a current grant with us, you can email your grant contact directly or get in touch via email@example.com
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