The Mount Fund
Who can apply?
Registered charities whose beneficiaries are exclusively in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey and/or London.
As from 1st April 2023 the Fund has the following priority areas:
- Therapeutic Interventions in Mental Health
- Community Youth Services
- Refugee and Asylum Seekers
When to apply?
The Trustees meet three times per year in March, July and November. The next meeting of the Trustees is due to take place in March 2024. Applications will close when sufficient applications have been received. Closing dates may differ between the small grants programme and the large grants programme.
How to apply?
All applications must be submitted using the online application form. This can only be accessed by successfully completing the eligibility quiz using the link below, which will be active when we are open for receiving grant applications. A copy of the application questions are available to review on the relevant small grant and large grant pages above.
In order to reduce the number of unsuccessful applications, applications will close once we have received a sufficient number of applications. Applications have now closed for the March 2024 meeting. This page will be updated in due course with details for the next trustees meeting, which will take place in July. NB: The link below is deactivated when we are closed for applications.
If you have any problems please contact the Trust Administrator
After the meeting
Successful organisations will be sent a letter by email confirming the grant offer and any conditions. The grant acceptance letter must be signed by a senior staff member within your organisation and returned to the Trust along with bank details for payment if not already provided.
Unsuccessful applicants will be informed by email within two weeks of the Trustees meeting. Please note that it is the policy of the Trustees not to provide reasons for their decisions in this regard.
Re-applying to the Mrs Smith & Mount Trust
Unsuccessful applicants can re-apply after one year, however the Trustees expect to see sufficient changes within a new application.