For Current Grant Holders

Reporting

We ask recipients of grants from the Main Grants Programme to submit a grant report at the end of each funded year. For those organisations receiving multi-year funding, this triggers the processing of the next payment of your grant. We have two grant reporting forms. If you have been offered a Multi-Year Grant and are due your next instalment please complete the Main Grant Report Form. Once this has been submitted and reviewed we will let you know when we are paying the next instalment of your grant.

If you have come to the end of a Single Year or Multi-Year Main Grant (this does not apply for Small Grant recipients) please complete the Main End of Grant Report Form covering the entire term of the funding you received from us.

Once we have received your End of Grant Report we will let you know when you will next be eligible to apply again.

Main Grant Report FormMain End of Grant Report Form

Added Value

We are launching a new programme in September 2021 to help the charities we support to utilise our network and the individual skills and experience our members bring. The programme is very much a work in progress, and we look forward to seeing how this develops in the coming year.

Charity Reception

Every year we hold a get together at Leathersellers’ Hall for all charities currently funded by us with a main grant. This is an invitation only event and current grantees will receive information directly.

Foundation for Social Improvement

We encourage all our applicants to access the free services of  the FSI, who provide free advice, resources on any aspect of strategy, management and fundraising for your staff or volunteers, as well as affordable online and in-person training. To find out more visit www.thefsi.org

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Reach Volunteering

Reach can help your charity thrive by providing access to thousands of skilled volunteers. They have over 35 years of experience placing skilled volunteers into more than 10,000 non-profit organisations throughout the UK. The Reach community is based on the simple belief that non-profits can achieve so much more by drawing on the expertise of skilled volunteers and that high-impact volunteering is very rewarding for the volunteer. They encourage people throughout the UK and from every profession to donate their skills to charities. For more information visit www.reachskills.org.uk

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360Giving

The Leathersellers’ Company Charitable Fund is committed to transparency and we work with 360Giving to publish information about our grants. For more information, please click here.