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Frequently asked questions

Who can apply for a grant?

We fund not-for-profit organisations who work with disadvantaged children and young people aged 18 years and under, living in the UK, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands.

These include:

  • Registered charities.
  • Voluntary organisations with a clear not-for-profit clause in their governing document.
  • Special schools.
  • Churches
  • Community Interest Companies limited by guarantee.

We do not fund local government bodies, including councils at all levels. We do not fund any NHS bodies or prisons.

We expect all organisations to have met our minimum standards for grantmaking.

If you are still unsure whether your group is able to apply for a grant please check our A to Z Guidance or contact us.

Grants for individual children and young people are available through our Emergency Essentials Programme. This Programme provides struggling families with items that meet children’s most basic needs. This could be a bed to sleep in, a cooker to give them a hot meal or clothing in a crisis. Because of this, we do not usually accept applications to provide welfare funds.

We may consider a case from an organisation in exceptional circumstances which target a wider audience. For example, an organisation seeking to make starter packs for young homeless people.

We may also consider applications to support a specific item to assist a child affected by illness.  This application would have to be made by an eligible organisation. They would have to be able to answer any questions about the child and the circumstances their situation

You can apply for funding from us if a significant majority of the children and young people benefiting from the project are 18 years old or under. This age limit also applies to projects working with disabled young people.

We will only fund the costs associated with working with the young people aged 18 and under.

At the end of your grant you can apply to continue your work.

We expect you to provide clear evidence of how your previous project has made a difference to the children and young people. We will also look back at your annual grant reports when assessing your application to continue the project.

Being in receipt of a current grant offers no guarantee of further funding. We will consider each application on its own merits and in line with our National and Regional priorities.

If you are successful, we will not release new grant funds until previous grant’s final report is satisfactory. You will need to start spending the new grant within 12 months of the date awarded.

Small Grants Programme

For Small Grants, you can apply in the last year of your grant. Please look at our Small Grants page for deadlines.

Main Grants Programme

For Main Grants we’ve made this simpler for you. In the past you’ve had to go through the whole process as if you were a new organisation. Now, all organisations will have to go through our new Registration process. This enables us to confirm that your organisation is ready to hold a grant from us. You can register your organisation from 1st November 2019. After you have been registered we will be in touch to tell you what happens next.

 

Small Grants Programme

Yes, you can apply to our Small Grant Programme.. You will have to show that:

  • You have the ability to plan and deliver the project.
  • The activities or services you intend to run will make a difference to the lives of children and young people.

You should submit a 12 month financial forecast with your application instead of a set of accounts. At a minimum, your forecast should include:

  • Projected income.
  • Projected expenditure.
  • Some planning/ clarity around income generation.

Main Grants Programme

Organisations that cannot show three years of activity are unable to apply for our Main Grants Programme. We are unlikely to fund an organisation that has been operating for less than three years. We recognise there may be occasions where a new organisation wants to ask for an exception to this policy. We encourage organisations to contact their local regional or national office to discuss further.

We seek to prioritise smaller, local organisations. As a result we will rarely fund organisations with an annual turnover of more than £2 million in the most recent, complete financial year. We understand that there are some organisations with higher income that deliver vital work for Children and Young People. We will accept applications from the following organisations regardless of their turnover.

  • Hospices (incl. Children’s Hospices)
  • Housing Associations
  • Applications which will deliver nationwide or UK-wide work. (i.e. working across a whole nation, or multiple nations within the UK)

We understand that in certain circumstances, larger and/or national organisations can be best placed to deliver work to the communities that need it most. If you believe this is the case and would like to apply to us, please contact your local team to discuss your project idea in further detail. We will not progress any other unsolicited applications from organisations with a turnover of over £2 million

These are projects or services where the children and young people who benefit live across the UK. For example, your project or workers might be based in one location but deliver a service to children and young people all over the country. This may be face to face, through online or telephone support or, children travelling to a location to take part. If you make an application for UK-wide work we’ll ask you to tell us about how you make sure that you reach children and young people across the whole of the UK.

That depends on whether your sister branch is based in the same nation as you.

UK-wide organisations can have one Main Grant and one Small Grant in each of the four nations (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales).

Within each nation our usual rules apply to local branches of a larger organisation. The charity as a whole can only hold one Main Grant and one Small Grant at a time.

We treat independent branches of national organisations as separate organisations. Independent branches have their own constitution, their own management committee and are fully responsible for their own finances. We can accept applications from each branch.

Yes, we can fund applications from groups working in partnership. A nominated organisation must be the lead organisation and make the application. Our usual rules will apply to that lead organisation. They may only have one Main and one Small Grant at a time, including the grant for the partnership project.

The lead organisation will be accountable for:

  • Managing the grant and reporting back.
  • For project delivery.
  • Management of any workers funded by the project.
  • Ensuring that the project achieves its stated outcomes.
  • Safeguarding

Applications from partnerships are subject to the same guidance as other applications with regard to the status of the applicant body.

A partnership agreement should be in place ahead of the application process. We will ask you to summarise the agreement in the Project Application Form.

What do you give grants for?

We support people that understand the needs of disadvantaged children and young people. We expect organisations to place making a difference in their lives at the heart of all activity. We’re looking for projects that:

  • Take the initiative and show clearly how they will make a difference in children and young people’s lives.
  • Address the challenges children and young people face, build their skills and resilience, empower them and extend their choices in life.
  • Involve children and young people in the design, delivery and evaluation of their work.
  • Are keen to keep learning about their work so that their ability to make a difference in children and young people’s lives can keep on improving.

We expect organisations to:

  • Have diverse sources of income and sound financial management.
  • Have a management committee or trustee board of no less than three unrelated people with a good range of experience.
  • Meet our minimum standards for grantmaking.

In our Small Grants Programme we are looking for projects where a relatively small amount of money can make a big difference for children and young people.

Please refer to our online A to Z Guidance to make sure you don’t waste time applying for things we don’t fund. The guidance will give you valuable details on our policies. Some are relevant to every project, for example safeguarding. Some are important for certain types of requests, for example, counselling or equipment.

We define disadvantage as:

  • Illness, distress, abuse or neglect.
  • Any kind of disability.
  • Behavioural or psychological difficulties.
  • Living in poverty or situations of deprivation.

When making an application, you need to:

  • Show that a clear majority of children to benefit from a grant are experiencing disadvantage.
  • Tell us about the children and young people your project is working with.
  • Describe how the disadvantages they experience affect their lives.
  • Describe how you reach the disadvantaged children and young people who can benefit most from the project.
  • Tell us how you will target the hardest to reach children and young people.

We encourage you to apply for what you need to run your project successfully, as long as you can justify the costs involved. It is important to fully research the costs of running your project. It would be a good idea to speak to similar organisations providing similar services to help you to understand what costs are realistic.

Small Grants Programme

Our Small Grants Programme is for grants up to and including £10,000 per year to support projects for up to three years. The maximum Small Grant is £30,000. We will not assess your Small Grant application if you ask us for more than £10,000 in any of the years.

Main Grants Programme

Our Main Grants Programme is for grants over £10,000 per year to support projects for up to three years. There is no upper limit for Main Grants but we make very few grants over a total of £120,000 and most grants are for much less. Each year we are asked for much more money than we are able to give. Requests for larger amounts are always more competitive.

 

Both Small Grants and Main Grants are available for up to three years. Holidays and residential projects can apply for three year funding but they will be required to provide us with annual safeguarding checks.

We will only fund direct project costs. These are costs that relate clearly and directly to a project. These can include salaries, volunteer expenses, building hire costs and travel costs. In many cases project costs also include less delivery-focused aspects such as line management, administration, insurance and utilities.

We will not fund any overheads, sometimes referred to as management costs, to the organisation running the project. These are costs the organisation would be incurring with or without the project in place.

Small Grants Programme

In our Small Grants Programme, BBC Children in Need will not accept applications for projects where the total request is for less than 50% of the total project cost. For example, if your project costs £10,000 per year to run, we will only accept applications seeking funding for a minimum of £5,000 per year. BBC Children in Need fund projects which make a direct, positive impact in children and young people’s lives. When funding smaller proportions of projects, it is not possible to attribute all of the achieved outcomes to our contribution.

Main Grants Programme

In our Main Grants Programme, you can apply to us for all or part of the project costs.

Yes, we accept applications for staffing costs as long as the roles are focused on making a difference to the lives of children and young people.

When applying for staffing costs please think about these things:

  • Please ask for the salary you think the post deserves and not what you think we will want to pay. We want to fund posts to succeed and expect the salary to be in line with similar posts across the sector.
  • The costs for all salary posts should be detailed on your application form. If you are not completely sure about the costs, please involve your treasurer to make sure that these are correct.
  • New posts need to be publicly advertised; consider whether you need to include recruitment costs as part of your application.
  • Don’t forget to include other costs associated with employing someone. This could include National Insurance and pension contributions.
  • Remember to allow for inflation in your costs.

We recognise the need to engage sessional staff for the purposes of delivering specific forms of project or activity. For example, this could be short-term or one-off holiday play schemes. However we believe that, where possible, it is more likely to produce good outcomes for children if organisations offer fixed-term contracts to cover projects.

In our Small Grants Programme we are looking for projects where a relatively small amount of money can make a big difference for children and young people. BBC Children in Need will not accept applications for projects where the total request is for less than 50% of the total project cost.

We consider projects that support parents or which offer training in parenting skills as long as they are working with parents as a means of directly improving the lives of children and young people. Very clear evidence of outcomes for children needs to be provided.

Small Grants programme

We do not consider any applications for capital or building work. We will accept applications for equipment.

Main Grants Programme

In our Main Grants programme, we will not fund any form of building work. This includes construction, renovation or conversion of new buildings, existing premises, playgrounds, sports pitches etc. We will fund movable equipment to a maximum of £20,000 (e.g. play equipment and sensory equipment).

When should we apply and what happens next?

We are open to applications all year round, but we have a number of deadline and award dates throughout the year. You can find these dates on our website for Small Grants and for Main Grants. The time of the deadline is always 11:59pm.

If you wish to Register your organisation for our Main Grants Programme, you can submit an Organisation Registration Form at any time. There are no deadlines for this. We aim to process your Registration within three weeks of receiving it. Please make sure you leave enough time for this if you are aiming for a specific project application deadline. If your application is successful you will have to start spending your grant within 12 months of the award date. So it’s important that you don’t apply too early to be able to spend your grant.

We can only accept one application from your organisation for each of our grants programmes at any one time.

If successful, you will not be able to apply for another grant from the same grants programme until you are reaching the end of your final year of funding.

If you are unsuccessful in securing funding, details about when you can next apply will be included in the email you receive.

Yes.

Please note: You are unable to apply for, or hold grants from, both our Grants Programmes at the same time. However, we do not consider Registration as an Application for a Main Grant. You are able to submit a Small Grant Application Form if you have not submitted your Main Grant Project Application Form.

Whether you are applying for more funding for the same project, or for a different project, you can apply to us again up to 12 months before the end of your current grant.
When you are planning your project, keep in mind when you will hear about our final decision.

In our Small Grant Programme we aim to make decisions ten weeks after the application deadline date. You can find the deadline and award dates on our website for Small Grants and for Main Grants.

At the end of your grant you can apply to continue your work. For Small Grants, you can apply in the last year of your grant. Please look at our Small Grants page for deadlines.

For Main Grants we’ve made this simpler for you. In the past you’ve had to go through the whole process as if you were a new organisation. Now, all organisations will have to go through our new Registration process. This enables us to confirm that your organisation is ready to hold a grant from us. You can register your organisation from November 1st. After you have become registered we will be in touch to tell you what happens next.

We expect you to provide clear evidence of how your previous project has made a difference to the children and young people. We will also look back at your annual grant reports when assessing your application to continue the project.

Being in receipt of a current grant offers no guarantee of further funding. We will consider each application on its own merits and in line with our National and Regional priorities.

If you are successful, we will not release new grant funds until previous grant’s final report is satisfactory. You will need to start spending the new grant within 12 months of the date awarded.

That depends on when you need to start your project. Bear in mind that we cannot fund projects that have already started spending before we have awarded a grant. You will need to start spending the new grant within 12 months of the date awarded.

We aim to make decisions on new Main Grant applications within about 12 weeks project application deadline date. We usually make decisions about Small Grants within about ten weeks of the application deadline date. Some applicants will hear much earlier if they are not going to get a grant. You can find detailed information on application deadlines and decision dates in the Grants section of our website.

After you submit your Small Grant application you will receive an email confirming that we have received it. This email will give you more information about what happens next.

When the application deadline has passed, we will do a basic check to see if you have submitted all the information we need. We check if your organisation meets our minimum standards for grantmaking and if you have applied for a project which we are able to fund.

We may then contact you to discuss your organisation’s safeguarding, and/or to clarify anything unclear about your application.

A decision about whether to give you a grant will be made in your local region or nation. We will inform you of the decision by email. You can find detailed information on application deadlines and decision dates in the Grants section of our website.

The Organisation Registration Form only applies to those applying to our Main Grants Programme. This form is designed to tell us about your Organisation’s details. This is to gather information about your finances, governance and safeguarding culture. The Organisation Registration Form does not focus on your project, or any activities which you wish to apply for funding for. If you are successful in your Registration, we will ask for these details later. An organisation will not usually have to repeat this process until their Registration expires, no matter how many project applications they submit.

To complete an Organisation Registration form, please read our Organisation Registration Form Guidance.

The Project Application Form only applies to those applying to our Main Grants Programme. The Project Application form will only be available to organisations who have successfully Registered with us. You can do this by submitting an Organisation Registration Form. Only organisations applying for our Main Grants Programme need to do this.

This form is designed to tell us all about the activities which you want us to fund. We will ask you about what you are planning to do, what you will achieve, and how you wish to spend the money. This will tell us everything we need to know about your project.

If your Project Application is unsuccessful, you do not need to re-submit an Organisation Registration Form.

The Organisation Registration Form only focuses on you as an organisation. As well as your details, it will also ask about your finances, governance and safeguarding. It will not focus on your project, and you do not have to have a project in mind to submit this to us.

The Project Application Form will specifically ask you about what you want to ask us to fund. It will focus on your project’s activities, budget and outcomes. If your Project Application is unsuccessful, you do not need to re-submit an Organisation Registration Form.

After you submit your Organisation Registration Form you will receive an email confirming that we have received it. This email will give you more information about what happens next.

  1. Once you submit your Organisation Registration Form we will assess it to make sure your organisation meets our eligibility criteria and minimum standards for grantmaking. We will aim to give you a decision within three weeks of your submission date.
  2. Once your organisation is registered, we will send you a link to fill in a Main Grants Project Application Form. You can access this form through your online application portal.

If we do not register your organisation, we will be in touch to explain what happens next.

If you are invited to submit a Project Application Form you will receive an email giving you a link to the form and advising you of the deadline for submitting that form.

  • After you submit the form you will receive an email confirming that we have received it and giving you more information about what happens next.
  • When we receive your project application form, your local team will check that your project is eligible. They will use a standardised process to decide which applications will progress to the next stage, considering amongst other things:
    • the volume of applications;
    • the budget available
    • regional or national priorities
  • We will let you know the outcome of the decision via email.
  • If you are invited to assessment stage, an assessor will contact you to arrange a telephone call. The assessor will go through your project and your organisation’s safeguarding in more detail.

Your application will be considered by our Grant Making Committee in your region or nation who will recommend to our trustees whether or not to give you a grant.

Our Board of Trustees will make the final decisions and you will be informed of the decision by email. You can find information on when you can expect to hear a decision in the email confirming that we received your project application.

If your application is successful you will receive an email informing you of the decision. This email will give you more information on what happens next.

  • There may be some conditions on your grant: changes that need to be made or things you will have to tell us before we can award you the funds.
  • You will have to start spending the money within 12 months of the date of the email informing you of the decision.
  • You can find more information in the ‘I have a grant’ section.
  • If your application is unsuccessful, you will receive an email informing you of the decision. This email will give you brief reasons as to why your application was turned down and will indicate when you can next apply. You can also contact us if you would like further feedback.

We aim to make decisions on Main Grants within about 12 weeks of the Project Application deadline date. We usually make decisions about Small Grants within about ten weeks of the application deadline date. Some applicants will hear much earlier if they are not going to get a grant.

You can find more detailed information on when you can expect to hear a decision on our Grants pages.

If your application is successful you will receive an email informing you of the decision. That email will give you more information on what happens next.

Attached to the email will be an award letter outlining the terms and conditions of your grant and a Grant Acceptance Form. The Chair and Treasurer of your Trustees (or equivalent governing body) should sign and date your form. Send the form and a scan of your original bank document to [email protected]

Please read your award letter carefully as there may be some conditions on your grant. These are changes you have to make or things you have to tell us before we can give you the funds.

You will have to start spending the money within 12 months of the date of the email informing you of the decision.

If your application is turned down you will receive an email informing you of the decision. That email will give you some brief reasons why your application was turned down. The email will also tell you when you can next apply.

If your organisation does not pass the Main Grants Registration process, we will send you an email briefly outlining why your Registration application was unsuccessful. Due to the high volume of organisations registering through this process, we cannot give you any further feedback at this stage.

If your Main Grant Project Application or Small Grant Application is unsuccessful we will send you an email outlining why your application was unsuccessful. If you wish to request feedback, details on how to do this will be contained in your decision letter.

What extra documents do I need to attach to my application form?

Here is a table detailing the documents required for different organisations:

When you submit your Organisation Registration Form for Main Grant, we will require you to send in your Organisation’s accounts.

Your accounts must:

  • Be signed and dated by Chair or Treasurer of Governing Body. We do not require signed accounts for charities registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. We expect organisations to formally approve their accounts. A signed copy must be available at the charity’s registered address, which we may request.
  • Must be no more than 18 months old. If over 18 months old, you will need to provide an explanation for this

Accounts must cover a 12 month period. Please explain to us if your accounts cover a period longer or shorter than this.

You do not need to submit any additional documents with your Project Application form.

When you submit your Main Grants Project form we do not require any additional documents.

A governing document outlines an organisation’s rules, objectives and how they make decisions. This document is often called a constitution. For Community Interest Companies it is called a Memorandum and Articles of Association.

Your governing document should state:

  • The organisation is not for profit, or has a clear clause in its governing document ensuring all income is applied to the organisation’s purposes and are not distributed to members, shareholders or owners.
  • Charitable aims that are suitable for work with children and young people in the UK.
  • Dissolution clause or an asset lock (for CICs) in place stipulating assets are distributed to a not for profit organisation with similar charitable aims in the instance of closure.
  • CICs must have an asset lock and must name the selected organisation which funds will be distributed to.

If you are a Special School or church your governing documents may be different.

Please check our A to Z Guidance for more information about what you should send us.

Your accounts should cover a 12 month period and be signed and dated by your Chair or Treasurer of your Governing Body. Your accounts should be no older than 18 months.

We need different types of accounts from different types of organisation:

Small Grants Programme:

A new organisation may only be able to provide a very small document showing projected income and expenditure over 12 months. Your forecast should include at minimum:

  • Projected income.
  • Projected expenditure.
  • Some planning / clarity around income generation.

This is appropriate for a new organisation and shows planning. It should demonstrate how you expect the organisation and the project to grow over the next year.

In our Small and Main Grants Programme:

From an organisation with income less than £25,000 we would expect to receive a document highlighting income and expenditure and any balance sheet items.

From an organisation with income over £25,000 but less than £1 million we would expect to receive accounts that have been reviewed by an appropriately qualified person (this is not deemed an audit). We would expect this to be a slimmed down version, but still similar to the accounts that a large organisation produces. Audited accounts will be needed if total assets (before liabilities) exceed £3.26 million and the organisation’s gross income is more than £250,000.

From an organisation with income over £1 million we would expect to receive externally audited accounts. This is likely to be a reasonable-sized document with a detailed Trustee report and notes to accounts.

If your most recent accounts are more than 18 months old you must also provide your most recent set of Management Accounts, showing:

  • income and expenditure over the last 12 months.
  • any income brought forward.
  • income due to be carried forward.

We look to fund organisations which are financially secure, and therefore a level of reserves of between three and 12 months is normally considered appropriate. If an organisation has more than 12 months reserves, we may consider that an organisation has sufficient funds to deliver the project themselves. If your organisation has less than three months’ reserves, we may ask you for more information. We may want to know about your organisation’s financial stability and why your organisation has chosen or has found itself with low reserves.

However, we have a space on our application form for an organisation to explain what their reserves policy is, this should include any irregularities. This could include high free reserves, if for example an organisation is building up reserves prior to a planned expansion. Please use the application form to give us any further information regarding your finances.

We prefer to receive electronic versions of your accounts as it saves us a lot of time and money that could be better spent making grants!

If you are having trouble attaching your documents to the online form you can email them to us at [email protected]. Please make sure you include your organisation’s name so that we can match your documents with your application form.

If you are still unable to send us electronic versions of your extra documents please contact our helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or email [email protected]

We do not require any further documentation from applicants who are asking us to fund staffing costs.

We prefer it if you don’t send us more information than we have asked for when you are applying for a grant. This helps us to process more quickly the very high number of applications that we receive. Please make sure that any information you do send us does not contain any personal or sensitive information.

Help! I'm having trouble with the online application system.

If you have any special requirements relating to our grant application form and guidelines, please contact our helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or email [email protected]

No, for a number of years now we have only accepted applications online. This allows us to process the very high numbers of applications that we get as quickly and efficiently as possible.

If you are having technical problems with your application form, please contact our helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or at [email protected] Our help desk is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday. You can also contact your local regional or national office.

  1. Save an electronic version of your documents to your computer somewhere you can easily find.
  2. Choose the name of the relevant document in the drop-down box (e.g. job description).
  3. Click ‘Browse’ to look through the folders on your computer, and select the file from where it is saved
  4. Once you select the file, click on ‘OK’.
  5. The file path (this is the name of the document and the folder it is kept in) will appear in the box below. Click ‘Upload’ and the document will start to attach.
  6. When uploaded, the online form will list your document as an attachment at the bottom of the attachments page.
  7. Repeat this for all the documents.
  8. Click on ‘SUBMIT’.

If you are having any technical problems with your application form, please contact the helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or email [email protected] Our helpdesk is open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

We can support you to complete an application, please contact the Helpdesk on 0345 609 0015, which is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, or you can email [email protected].

You will only be able to submit your application form if you have answered all the questions and attached the documents we need.

Some of the questions have word limits. Others have specific instructions on how to answer (for example when you have to give number answers you should not use any punctuation). If you haven’t followed these instructions red arrows will appear when you try to submit your application to show you where the problems are. Once you have addressed these problems click on the update button at the bottom of the screen and you should be able to submit your application.

If you are still having problems please call the helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 which is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, or you can email [email protected].

To correct this problem you need to click on the ‘update’ button which should then clear the arrows. If you continue to have problems please call the BBC Children in Need helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or email [email protected].

This question counts characters rather than words. Each individual letter, space and item of punctuation will count towards your 255 character limit. Therefore you probably have too many letters in your answer. If you continue to have problems please call the BBC Children in Need helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or email [email protected].

If you have any questions about your application you can contact our dedicated helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or at [email protected].Our helpdesk is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday. You can also contact your local regional or national office.

We will do our best to answer any questions you may have but we are unable to help you write your application.

We can’t check applications before they are submitted. Your local CVS or funding advice service may be able to help.

If you have any questions about your application you can contact our dedicated helpdesk on 0345 609 0015 or at [email protected].Our help desk is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday. You can also contact your local regional or national office.

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