Who can apply
You can apply for a grant of £100,000 to £250,000 if you are a:
- not-for-profit organisation
- partnerships led by not-for-profit organisations
How to apply
Read this guidance before you apply for a grant. The guidance tells you more about the £100,000 to £250,000 grant programme and the types of project we can fund.
If you would like help to develop your idea before you start your full application, you can submit a project enquiry form.
Create an account
To apply you will need to use our online portal, if you don't have one already you will need to:
Decide when to apply
Deadlines for application are set in advance.
Please submit your full application through our online application portal by:
- 28 May 2019 to receive a decision by the end of September 2019
- 20 August 2019 to receive a decision by the end of November 2019
- 19 November 2019 to receive a decision by the end of March 2020
Please make sure that the start date of your project is a date later than the date of the decision.
Plan your financial contribution
If you are applying for between £100,000 and £250,000 you’ll need to contribute at least 5% of your project costs.
We describe this contribution as ‘partnership funding’ and it doesn’t all have to be in the form of cash. Please see our application guidance for more details.
Apply for a grant
We will assess your application within 12 weeks of you submitting it. After we have assessed your project, it will be assigned to a quarterly committee meeting for a formal decision.
Documents to help you apply
£10,000 to £250,000 application guidance
Information and advice for how to write a strong proposal.
Application help notes
Useful information to help with completing an online application.
Project enquiry form example
A good way of getting feedback from us before you start work on a full application
Project plan templates
Templates for our recommended way to create your project plan
Standard terms of grant
Our terms and conditions for grants of £100,000 to £250,000.
Good practice guidance
To help you plan and deliver your heritage project.
Full cost recovery
If you are an organisation in the voluntary sector, we could help cover some of your overhead costs.
- £10,000 to £250,000 application guidance