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National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £10,000 to £250,000

National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £10,000 to £250,000

£10,000-£100,000

Suitable for:

  • not-for-profit organisations
  • private owners of heritage and partnerships

Deadlines

There are no deadlines so you can apply whenever you are ready.

Assessment process

We will assess your application and give you a decision in eight weeks. First decisions will be made from April.

£100,000-£250,000

Suitable for:

  • not-for-profit organisations
  • partnerships led by not-for-profit organisations

Deadlines

Deadlines are quarterly and can be found below:

  • 5 March 2019 for a decision in June 2019
  • 28 May 2019 for a decision in September 2019
  • 20 August 2019 for a decision in November 2019
  • 19 November 2019 for decision in March 2020

Assessment process

We will assess your application in 12 weeks and following assessment, it will be assigned to a quarterly committee meeting.

Your contribution

You must contribute at least 5% of your project costs.

Publication

Project enquiry form: £10,000-£250,000

This project enquiry form is a good way of getting feedback from us before you start work on a full application. This is only a copy of the form. To submit, please complete the form on our application portal.

Publication

Project plan templates

We ask you to complete these project plan template so that we can see how you plan to manage your project and link all the tasks and activities together in a logical way.

Publication

Standard Terms for Grants: £10,000 to £100,000

Definitions: ‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’ – the Trustees of the National Heritage Memorial Fund (who administer the National Lottery Heritage Fund). ‘ you’, ‘your’ – the organisation(s) awarded the Grant as set out in the Grant Notification Letter and any organisation which agrees to be a joint grantee and to

Publication

Standard Terms for Grants: £100,000 to £250,000

Definitions ‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’ – the Trustees of the National Heritage Memorial Fund (who administer the National Lottery Heritage Fund). ‘ you’, ‘your’ – the organisation(s) awarded the Grant as set out in the Grant Notification Letter and any organisation which agrees to be a joint grantee and to

Publication

Full cost recovery

We can also cover a proportion of the cost of an existing member of staff, as long as they are not working exclusively on the funded project. We expect this contribution to be calculated using Full Cost Recovery. By voluntary sector we mean organisations that are independent of government and whose