Please review your answers below. To revise any of your answers click on the 'Amend' button at the bottom of the page.

To submit your application, click the 'Submit' button at the bottom of the page.

A1 *Name of Church or Organisation
      
A2
Organisation/Contact Address
*Address1:      
  (This is the address we will use for correspondence. Enter a postcode and click 'Find address' to look up your organisation's address, or enter details manually if the address is not listed) Address2:    
  *Town/City:    
  *County:    
  *Postcode:    

Note for Republic of Ireland applicants:

The 'Find address' option above will only return results for UK postcodes. Please enter your Organisation/Contact Address details manually, including your Eircode (in the Postcode field). If you are not sure of your Eircode this can be checked at www.eircode.ie

     
*Country
Please select the country where your church/organisation is located
      
A3
Project address
(Leave blank if same as Organisation address)
*Address1:      
  (This is the address where the project or work will actually be taking place. Pleave leave blank if same as organisation address. Otherwise, enter a postcode and click 'Find address' to look up an address, or enter details manually if necessary) Address2:    
  *Town/City:    
  *County:    
  *Postcode:    

Note for Republic of Ireland applicants:

The 'Find address' option above will only return results for UK postcodes. Please enter your Project Address details manually, including the Eircode (in the Postcode field). If you are not sure of your Eircode this can be checked at www.eircode.ie

     
A4 *Select the entry that best describes your organisation
      
A5 *Denomination if applicable
If denomination is not applicable please select X - Not Applicable in dropdown
      
A6
If you selected 'Other Churches' above, please state the denomination or church network your church or organisation belongs to

      
A7
*Anglican Diocese or Methodist District if applicable

If not applicable to your organisation please select X - Not Applicable from dropdown
      
A8
If this application is on behalf of an Anglican church, please enter your archdeaconry (N.B. we do not need to know the name of your archdeacon)

If not applicable please type N/A.
      
A9
*If you are applying on behalf of a church or denomination, is your church or denomination a member of a national 'Churches Together' body, and/or, for local churches, a local 'churches together' group or local ecumenical network?

National 'Churches Together' bodies are: Churches Together in England Action of Churches Together in Scotland Cytun Churches Together in Wales The Irish Council of Churches
      
A10
For local churches, please state the name of any 'churches together' group or local ecumenical network your church belongs to

      
A11
Please enter your charity number

      
A12
Organisation website if available

      
A13
Facebook handle if available

(e.g. @AllchurchesTrust)
      
A14
Twitter handle if available

(e.g. @AllchurchesT)
      
A15 Organisation main telephone number
        
A16
*Contact Name

         
A17
*Contact's role in the project

      
A18
*Contact's telephone number

        
A19
Contact's mobile number

      
A20
*Contact's e-mail address

This will be the email address used in all communication including acknowledgment of your application
      
A21
Project Manager's Name

(if different from Contact Name above)
         
A22
Project Manager's e-mail address

(if different from main contact's email address above)
      
B1 *Please tell us the name of your project
(You can use a maximum of 40 characters)
      
B2
*

Please select from the abbreviated list of our areas of funding focus opposite, which of these the project meets (tick all that apply):

 

 

A fuller description of our areas of funding focus (covered by our open grants programme) is as follows:

 

  • The repair, restoration, protection and improvement of church buildings, cathedrals and other places of Christian worship, especially where those changes support wider community use

  • Equipping Christian charities and churches to help the most vulnerable and tackle social issues, including homelessness, poverty, climate change and cultural cohesion

  • Projects that support church growth and Christian leaders, locally and nationally, spiritually and numerically, and share the Christian faith

  • Equipping Christian charities and churches to engage in innovative ways of working and in new and enhanced areas of activity that will best meet the existing and emerging challenges facing communities


      
B3 *Please describe your project in 30 words or less
      
B4
*Please select the entries which best describe the work covered by your project (tick all that apply)

      
B5
If you selected 'Other' in the previous question, please provide further information about the other kinds of work covered by your project

      
B6 *Listed Building Status
If not listed please select Not Listed from dropdown
      
B7
*Is your project in a conservation area?

      
B8
*Has listed building consent been granted?

      
B9
*Has planning permission been granted?

      
B10
*Do you have DAC or other relevant denominational approval/permission for the proposed work?

      
B11
Please provide further information as applicable

      
B12
*Is your project in line with Diocesan, District or other denominational plans?

      
B13
Please provide further information as applicable

      
B14
*

Please describe your project in detail and tell us specifically what you require this funding for. If you are successful in getting an Allchurches Trust grant, we might use this information on our website or in publicity.

(Please see our note about how we collect and use applicants' data at the end of this document.)

 

You might include:

- Brief information about your church or charity and your community

- The need or opportunity you are addressing

- The research or consultation that has informed your plans

- How the project will improve people's lives

- More about how the project meets our areas of funding focus (question B3)

 

And please tell us specifically what the funding is for


(Maximum 4000 characters which is about 550 words)
      
B15
*Who will benefit from the project? Please select the groups who will be impacted.

Who will benefit from the project
      
B16
If you selected 'Other' in the previous question, and/or are able to say more about the options you have selected, please provide details

      
B17
*How many people do you estimate will be positively impacted by your project?

      
B18
*How does your church/organisation plan to ensure the ongoing viability of this project?

(Maximum 700 characters which is approximately 100 words)
      
B19
*Outline the key milestones that must be reached in order for your project to succeed. Give specific dates or the time required to complete each step of your action plan.

(Maximum 700 characters which is approximately 100 words)
      
B20
*

Describe the expected outcome(s) and long term impact of the project.

Please ensure that all outcomes are clearly stated and measureable and provide an indicative timeframe for each outcome. Please also set out here any potential risks/barriers to successful completion of the project.


(Maximum 700 characters which is approximately 100 words)
      
B21
*How will the outcome(s) be measured? Explain your data-gathering methodology. How will you measure or determine the success of your project? How will you verify that individuals and communities have benefited from your project?

(Maximum 700 characters which is approximately 100 words)
      
B22
*

How will you publicise your grant and your project if successful? Will you use your website, social media, press releases, events, newsletter, noticeboards and internal channels to tell your community about your grant and what it is for?

 

Allchurches Trust will supply logos, quotes for articles and other information as required.


(Maximum 700 characters which is approximately 100 words) If you already have an engaging description of your project written up in 200 - 250 words that you are happy to use in publicity, please share it with us when you reach D5 later in this form.
      
B23
Estimated Project End Date (if applicable):

      
B24
Does your project have national scope?

Please tick if the answer is yes. By 'national scope' we mean a project that has benefits and impact that will clearly reach across, or be accessible to, at least the whole of your country as a minimum
      
C1 *What is the total cost of your project
      
C2
*Do the project costs you have provided include VAT?

For listed building projects, VAT can potentially be reclaimed via the Listed Places of Worship Grants Scheme. Visit www.lpwscheme.org.uk for further information.
      
C3
*Please state total funds actually raised (excluding any funds pledged) to date

      
C4
If the above includes a Heritage Lottery Fund grant please state how much

      
C5 Additional funds pledged to date
      
C6
*Total funds raised to date (total of amounts supplied at C3 and C5 above)

      
C7
*

Please briefly list:

- the source(s) of your current secured/pledged funding - with amounts where possible, e.g. reserves, grants, fundraising events, legacies, sale of property, loans/mortgages

- other fundraising plans you have for the project in order to raise the total cost


(Maximum 700 characters which is approximately 100 words)
      
C8 *Subject to a successful application, to whom should the cheque be made payable
This must be the organisation's main bank account
      
D1

If your total project cost is over £1m, please upload a copy of your latest annual accounts.

 

If your total project cost is less than £1m, you do not need to upload your accounts.


To upload a file click Browse, navigate to file, double - click to select, click on Upload button. (Re-uploading a file overwrites the currently uploaded file)
        
D2
*

Please upload a high-level project budget using our budget template which is available on our website here.

 

You will need to download and complete this form, then upload the completed version here.


To upload a file click Browse, navigate to file, double - click to select, click on Upload button. (Re-uploading a file overwrites the currently uploaded file).
        
D3
*We cannot process a grant application unless you send us one to three good images of your church, charity or project. (Image one should be uploaded here and images two and three should be uploaded using D4 and D5). We would like to see good quality images (at least 1MB), ideally featuring people using your church or centre. Building photos showing damage should give context of the setting. Please only submit photographs in respect of which you have already secured all necessary consents to allow Allchurches Trust the rights to use them for publicity purposes should your application be successful. If there is a reason why you cannot submit photographs, please let us know.

To upload a file click Browse, navigate to file, double - click to select, click on Upload button. (Re-uploading a file overwrites the currently uploaded file)
      
D4
Image Two (optional, but the more images you can provide the better)

To upload a file click Browse, navigate to file, double - click to select, click on Upload button. (Re-uploading a file overwrites the currently uploaded file)
        
D5
Image Three (optional, but the more images you can provide the better)

To upload a file click Browse, navigate to file, double - click to select, click on Upload button. (Re-uploading a file overwrites the currently uploaded file)
        
D6
Upload any further relevant documentation, imagery, artist's impressions, articles, case-studies or other descriptions of your project that we might use for publicity, should your application be successful.

To upload a file click Browse, navigate to file, double - click to select, click on Upload button. (Re-uploading a file overwrites the currently uploaded file)
        
E1
*Does your church or organisation comply with relevant health and safety regulations, and are policies available for inspection?

      
E2
*Does your church or organisation have a robust safer recruitment and selection, and induction policies, and do you provide ongoing training for staff and volunteers working with children and vulnerable adults?

      
E3
*Are all vehicles owned or available for use by your church or organisation roadworthy and appropriately taxed and insured?

      
E4
*Does your church or organisation have public liability insurance in place?

      
E5
*Does any accommodation owned or leased by your church or organisation comply with the applicable fire safety legislation?

'Accommodation' refers to residential settings, i.e. where people sleep
      
E6
*Where possible and applicable, are appropriate licences in place and up to date, and are staff competencies confirmed?

The website www.gov.uk/licence-finder can be used to see what types of licences are needed for different types of organisations/activities
      
E7
*Are details of any accreditations that are relevant and needed for your church or organisation available for inspection?

'Accreditations' refers to relevant and necessary qualifications or authorisations required by staff or volunteers working for your church or organisation, in order to provide specialist services or support.
      
E8
*Spot checks may be made by Allchurches Trust in relation to the questions above. Do you agree to this?

      
F1
*Please tick this box if you accept the above conditions and you are an authorised representative of the organisation.

      
F2 *How did you hear about Allchurches Trust?
(Maximum 255 characters which is about 30 words)
      
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