Grant Funding

Rose Education Foundation Grants for North-East Christian Charities

North East Grant Applications

2018 Grant Applications – UPDATE

The 2018 Application Window is not yet open. We are not accepting grant applications at this time.

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Although dates for 2018 Application Window are not yet set, they likely to be during the month of October or November, so please check back soon.

The Rose Education Foundation is pleased and excited to be able to offer financial support to Christian projects in North-East England. We welcome applications from projects operated by, or are closely associated with, a Christian charity, a church or group, but applications will only be considered is they meet ALL of the following criteria:

– The application is from, or is supported by, a Christian organisation or church.
– You are applying for funding for work with young people aged 11-18, based in the North-East of England.
– You are applying for funding to serve the community and improve the lives of young people.

The Rose Education Foundation can fund projects up to a maximum of £3000 per annum, however the awarding panel may, at their discretion, choose to offer a different amount to the amount applied for. Please see the ‘Notes on Grant Applications’ (included when you download the application form) for details of what types of funding can be applied for.


The Local Grants’ Committee of the Rose Education Foundation meets annually to assess and award funding. Your application must reach us by *DATE TO BE SET FOR 2018*. Applications received after this date will not be considered until the following round of funding, unless they qualify for our Discretionary Fund (please see below).

You can download the application form below, either as an editable Microsoft Word Document, which can be filled out on computer, or as a PDF document which can be printed and filled out by hand. We suggest that applications be sent via email, or they can be sent to our postal address, however in this instance we recommend using a ‘signed-for’ postal service.

You will be notified of the outcome of your application by *DATE TO BE SET FOR 2018*. When grants are awarded the Rose Education Foundation may require a written report, or the opportunity to visit the project, in order to monitor how funds are being used.

Download Application Pack in Word Format

Download as a Word document which can be filled out and emailed back, or completed on computer or by hand and posted.

Download Application Pack

Download this PDF version of the Application Pack to fill by hand and post back to us.

Discretionary Fund

A discretionary fund is available to make time-sensitive grants in special circumstances. To apply please use the Grant Application Form, but also include a covering letter or e-mail explaining why this application cannot be sent in during our normal application window. Applications for the Discretionary Fund may take up to three months to process. Awards from the discretionary fund are counted within the same £3000 per annum grant limit per project as our normal applications.

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