All applicants to The Prince Philip Trust Fund must complete an
The Trustees meet twice a year to consider applications at meetings in April and October/November. Applications must be submitted by the 1st March for consideration at the April meeting of the same year, and by 1st October for consideration at the October/November meeting.
We try to keep all administration to a minimum given the number of applications we need to consider at each meeting. However, if you have any questions about your project prior to making your application, please get in touch with the Trust Secretary, preferably by email.
If your application has been successful, you will hear from us within one month of the Trustees’ meeting.
We ask all grant recipients to provide feedback to the Trustees regarding progress of your project.
We expect all successful applicants to have spent the money awarded to them, ideally within 6 months of receiving the grant. In special circumstances, and by prior arrangement with the Trustees we will consider applications for funding that will be spent within a 12-month period but this must be made clear at the time of applying for funding.
Whether you are successful or unsuccessful, you are welcome to reapply to The Prince Philip Trust Fund at any time. However, we would ask successful applicants to wait until they have spent the funds awarded before reapplying.
Frequently asked questions
Does The Prince Philip Trust Fund accept applications for salaries or core funding?
Do you fund organisations with healthy reserves?
I have missed an application deadline. Will the Trustees consider funding my project outwith a regular meeting?
Can I get feedback on an unsuccessful application?
Do you fund projects from across the UK?
Is there a limit on the value of grants awarded?