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Grant Application Process

Grant Application Process

OUR NEXT GRANT APPLICATION DATES  ... The autumn grant programme will be open from 1st - 31st October 2020. We will not accept any applications outside this month. The new Application Form and Terms & Conditions are now available to download.   New process: How to apply 1. Contact your nearest Fine & Country office and request to be nominated for a grant. To search for your local branch click here.  2. If the Fine & Country branch agrees to nominate your charity, please complete the Application Form and signed the Terms & Conditions which are available to download now. 3. Please email your completed Application Form and signed Terms & Conditions to grants@fineandcountry.com. You must include the Fine & Country agent in the email to show you have been nominated. If you do not copy in a Fine & Country member, your application may not go through to the final stage of assessment.   Grant Eligibility 1. The organisation is required to...

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SASH, Since the Spring Grant Programme
In May of this year, The Fine & Country Foundation donated over £26,000 in grants to charitable organisations across the world, he...
Grant update: Emmaus, Cambridge
We believe that it is important for you to understand how your donations make a huge difference for those who need it most. Find out about o...
Need-to-know about homelessness
To understand the scale of the crisis, it is important to know that 'homeless' is an umbrella term. There are four main types of homelessnes...

How people have been raising community spirits during lockdown

How people have been raising community spirits during lockdown

Lockdown restrictions are finally being lifted across the UK, and the rest of the world, following months of isolation. Some of us have been working from home or keeping our children entertained, or both, whilst others have been furloughed, doing their best to keep busy with new DIY projects and hobbies. From a daily bovine bellow to front door performances, people within our communities have brought us together in many ways, during an uncertain time. We share a few of the ways we managed to keep in touch and bringing our communities together in the face of a pandemic.    Paul Potts gives a street performance for a 70th wedding anniversary   Opera singer, Paul Potts, gave a heart-warming street performance to celebrate his neighbours’ special 70th wedding anniversary, from the front garden of his home in Aberavon, Wales. The Britain’s Got Talent winner was contacted by the council, requesting a video of him singing, to celebrate Gwyneth and Gerwyn&r...

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15th Jul 2020
Rachel Slade’s Attempt at 100km in July
Rachel Slade, Finance Coordinator at University of Cambridge, set herself the challenge to run a total of 100km in July to fundraise for the...
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30th Jun 2020
Food Bank Donations: An interview with Fine & Country agent, Marie Fritz
Fine & Country Northampton’s Partner Agent, Marie Fritz, has been using her time in lockdown to devote to helping those in need by...
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8th Jun 2020
Unsuspecting Heroes
We wanted to recognise some of our favourite fundraisers who have made a tremendous effort to raise money for various important charities du...
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22nd May 2020

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