Please select from the options below to apply for a grant with The Consolidated Charity of Burton upon Trent. All forms are available for completion online or as a printable download.
The bursary scheme aims to help undergraduate students resident in the Charity's area of benefit with the costs associated with studying for a university degree.
The schools and colleges included in the bursary scheme are Abbot Beyne School, Burton & South Derbyshire College, De Ferrers Specialist Technology College, John Taylor High School, Paget High School, Paulet High School, Blessed Robert Sutton Catholic Sports College, and Derby Grammar School.
Each bursary award is currently £500 per annum for three years. Care should be taken when submitting applications as the current policy of the Charity is to award a maximum of 40 bursaries a year and competition is fierce.
The Charity awards grants to individuals for a variety of other purposes including;
•Further education and vocational training
•Organised opportunities for personal development
The maximum grant available is £300 in any one year. However individuals may make further applications in subsequent years.
Numerous organisations such as churches, registered charities and voluntary groups request help towards various projects, each of significant importance to these bodies and to the residents of the Charity’s area of benefit and are considered at Main Committee meetings in February, May, September and November.
Some organisations that ask for help operate outside the Charity’s area of benefit, but still provide vital help or services for the residents within the area of benefit. Grants made to such organisations are calculated on a proportionate basis.
A grant monitoring system is in place to ensure that all applications are for the public benefit and that monies awarded are properly used for the purposes specified in the application.
Please contact us for further information about the Emergency Organisation Fund 2017.
This scheme operates to provide relief for those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage. It provides people with help to purchase essential items such as;
•Cookers, fridge freezers and washing machines
•Carpets, furniture and bedding
The Consolidated Charity of Burton upon Trent does not award grants to clear debt.
Applications must be supported by a support worker or other suitable professional (eg Social Worker, Probation Officer, Tenancy Support Worker, Health Visitor). The letter of support should contain a detailed reason why the applicant needs assistance and should clearly state the items that are needed. The letter must be on headed paper and signed by the person supporting the application.