What is heritage? Activity Can you use the objects to guess the heritage focus of the projects?
Who do we fund? Public and not-for-profit organisations such as: • Community or voluntary groups • Youth clubs or organisations • Charities or trusts • Faith organisations • Parish councils or local authorities Also: • Private owners in cases of clear public benefit
What we look for – Project Outcomes This is the difference your project will make with HLF funding. The change made for: • Heritage, • People, and/or • Communities. Outcomes will be proportionate to the level of grant you apply for. Some outcomes will be weighted; however, you should tell us which ones you want to achieve.
Sharing Heritage£3,000 - £10,000 • One, short application form • Decision in 8-10 weeks • No minimum partnership • funding but some • contribution welcome • minimum of • - one outcome for people.
Our Heritage£10,000 to £100,000 • One, short application form • Decision in 8-10 weeks • No minimum partnership • funding but some • contribution - in cash or in kind • Minimum of • - one outcome for heritage • - one outcome for people • Mentors
Heritage GrantsGrants of £100,000 and over • Two round application process for all Heritage Grants • Minimum of one outcome for each heritage, people, communities • Partnership funding required; • 5% for grants under £1 • million and 10% for grants • over £1 million • Our local committee make • decisions on awards between • £100,000 and £2 million
First World War: then and now£3,000 - £10,000 • One, short application form • Decision in 8-10 weeks • No minimum partnership • funding but some • contribution welcome • minimum of • - one outcome for people
Young Roots Grants for £10,000 to £50,000 • Projects delivered by 11–25 year olds for up to 2 years • Short application form, decision • within 8-10 weeks. • Delivered through partnerships of • heritage and youth organisations • No minimum partnership funding but • some in cash or in kind • Mentors
Grants for Places of Worship • Grants of £10,000 to £250,000 for listed places of worship • Two round application process • Urgent high level structural repairs e.g. towers, spires, roofs • Repairs to historic fabric at risk of imminent loss • Community facilities and engagement
Digital Policy • We now have some specific requirements for all projects that involve producing something in a digital format e.g. website, phone app, digitised archive • This is not a new programme • For more information see our website http://www.hlf.org.uk/HowToApply/furtherresources/Pages/Newdigitalpolicyandrequirementsfordigitaloutputs.aspx
Our Website: www.hlf.org.uk • Online enquiry and application forms • Guidance • Case Studies • Information about your local area • Press Releases • E-Bulletin • Features
Contact Us Laura Birkett 0121 616 6883 BirkettL@hlf.org.uk Catherine Kemp 0121 616 6882 email@example.com Grosvenor House, 14 Bennett's Hill, Birmingham, B2 5RS