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Funders Name The Veolia Environmental Trust
EB Number 043013
EB Status Enrolled
EB Enrolled Date 24/07/1997
Address Veolia Environmental Services (UK) plc
8th Floor
210 Pentonville Road
Greater London
Postcode N1 9JY
Phone 0203 567 6820
Email UK.EnvironmentalTrustInfo@veolia.com
Website http://www.veoliatrust.org/
Minimum Funding 10200
Maximum Funding 75000
Types of projects undertaken D, DA,
Funding Policies A project must come under one of the two categories supported by the Trust, D and DA. The project must meet the respective criteria for either a Community Grants or an Environmental Improvement Grant. Details regarding the Trust’s criteria can be found on the Trust’s website. For example to apply for a Community Grant the project site must be within the vicinity of a qualifying Veolia facility (potential applicants should use the online postcode locator on the Trust’s website to identify if they meet this criterion). The total cost of the project must not exceed £250,000 and grant requests need to be between £10,200 to £75,000.
Projects Not supported Criteria should be viewed on the Trust’s website. The main organisations the Trust are unable to consider applications from are from educational organisations (including pre-schools, schools or universities, and organisations with an affiliation to a school), hospitals, hospices, care homes, theatres, museums and art galleries. To ensure grants are distributed in line with the Trust and ENTRUST’s guidelines, an applicant applying for a Community Grant must ensure their project meets two main requirements: 1. it must be within the proximity of a qualifying Veolia facility. 2. It must come under one of the Trust’s funding categories and meet their criteria. To apply for funding, applicants need to go through the ‘Funding’ section of the Trust’s website and work through the information and guidance.
Application Details If an applicant feels their project meets the Trust’s criteria they can then complete and submit the online form ‘Eligibility Checker’ and if their project is initially compliant, applicants will be given access to the Stage 1 of our online application form. The answers submitted on this form will be checked and if the project continues to meet the Trust’s criteria, applicants will be given access to Stage 2 of the online application form for further assessment. Decisions of funding applications are made by the organisations Trustees.
Enrol With ENTRUST? Not required
Locations Bedfordshire; Berkshire; Bristol; Buckinghamshire; Cheshire; Derbyshire; Dorset; East Sussex; Essex; Greater London; Greater Manchester; Hampshire; Hertfordshire; Kent; Lancashire; Leicestershire; Merseyside; Northamptonshire; Nottinghamshire; Shropshire; South Yorkshire; Staffordshire; Telford and Wrekin; Warwickshire; West Midlands; West Sussex; West Yorkshire;
Additional Information When considering an application the Trust looks for evidence of a project benefiting a wide range of users, including excluded, often overlooked, deprived and hard-to-reach groups; meeting a need evidenced through community consultation; involving volunteers; using environmentally friendly solutions; achieving value for money; and demonstrating innovation, imagination and excellence. Category D (public amenity) projects must not have an estimated duration of more than 12 months and DA (biodiversity) projects need to have an estimated duration of no more than 18 months.