Application Process

Applicants should clearly set out the nature of their request e.g. whether a grant is sought in respect of an event, student scholarships, a long-term or one-off project. Applications must be submitted by 30 November each year. Each application will be reviewed in detail and assessed by the Trustees. All applicants, successful and unsuccessful, will be notified by 31 March of the following year. There is no official application form. All the criteria for the application process is set-out below and in the ‘Who can apply and how’ document.

Downloadable Documents

Who can apply and how

Please download and read through the process before submitting your application to enquiries@SFcharitablefoundation.org.


 

Key Criteria

In our policy document we have set out a list of the key criteria the Trustees contemplate when considering whether to make a donation.

 

1

Objectives

The SFCF aims to support charitable projects in a manner that serves to contribute at any early stage and generate additional support from other donors to assist in its further development

2

Timeline

Grants may be provided on a one-off basis or over a period of time. In order to give as many projects as possible the opportunity of support, the sponsorship period is generally limited to 3 - 5 years or until such time as the initiative has grown to a sufficient awareness to engage other sponsors and supporters.

3

Form of donation

Applicants should clearly set out the nature of their request e.g. whether a grant is sought in respect of an event, student scholarships, a long-term or one-off project.

4

Categorical Fit

Preference is given to initiatives which support our key projects areas and operate broadly within the same global spheres as the Stonehage Fleming Group.