Grants to Support Training of Adults

Grants to Youth Groups

These grants are awarded to bona fide youth groups and Charities which have 60% of their members under the age of 21. The main purpose of the youth group must be to deliver youth work / social education to this age group who are resident in the County of Norfolk. Grants would not normally exceed £2,500. Applicants must provide copies of their last annual accounts as well as an up-to-date bank statement.

Training grants

  • These grants are to support the training of adults in charities and voluntary organisations.
  • A grant of up to 50% of costs up to £2,500 would normally be the maximum.

Support grants to organisations

These grants are intended for improvement and development of charities and voluntary organisations and may be used in the following ways:

  • Equipment
  • Buildings
  • Start up grants

General Guidelines

Applications must be completed/sent by the following months for submission to the next meeting:

February · May · August · November


  • Ensure you have read and signed the declaration.
  • Grants are awarded to cover the financial year 1 April to 31 March.
  • Grants will not be given for money already spent.
  • Decisions made by Trustees are final.
  • A Trustee or member of staff may contact the organisation to arrange to visit the event/project.
  • Applications for further grants are not normally considered within a period of two years.
  • Applicants must provide copies of their last annual accounts as well as an up-to-date bank statement.
  • The Independent Referee form must be completed and attached to the application form.

Application Form

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Download and print the Application Form:
DOC [121 KB] | PDF [153 KB]

Before completing the application form, please ensure that you have read the Further Grant Information page. Applications must be completed/sent by the following months for submission to the next meeting:

February · May · August · November


Please print the above application form and send it to:

The Grant Administrator
Red House Youth Projects
PO Box 1287
North Walsham
NR28 8AA

Please ensure when posting the application that the correct postage is used. A large stamp is needed if the application is in an A4 envelope. Unfortunately due to mounting costs the application form will not be collected from the Post office sorting office if an underpayment is made.

Frequently Asked Question about Grants

Have any questions? Please also look through the Frequently Asked Questions about grants before completing an application form. If you have any further questions please contact the Grants Administrator:

Telephone
01692 538810

Email
grants@redhouseyouthprojects.co.uk