We were mainly inspired to start the club because some of our children often get into trouble at school, and don’t find it very easy to make friends.
We have 16 parents involved, plus 6 other local volunteers.
These might include items for your group to use, such as bicycles or computers, or repairing or renovating a building.
Evaluation: everything you do to consider how your project is going.
You will be much more likely to write successful applications if you plan your activities well before you apply for funding, and if you choose the right funder to apply for.
Capital costs: items or equipment you need to buy, build or repair.Remember, your letter must be specific to your project and specific to the requirements of the funder you are writing to.This is just to give you some ideas about how to structure it.We have spent £36 on equipment hire, refreshments and publicity.We have been able to access a free meeting room at a primary school. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like any more information. Yours sincerely, Your full name (Chair) Budget If you are offered a grant, the funder will often request further information or paperwork before they give you the money.We are also requesting money to pay for printing leaflets, to publicise the project to more families.Our bank details are: Anytown Bank Account Name: Anytown Kids Club Sort Code 010101 Account number 09010901 We have enclosed a copy of our constitution, and a bank statement.Over the last four months we have run weekly activity sessions in the park, which have been attended by over 40 local children.We formally adopted our constitution on 10th July 2012. Our aims are: We have begun our activities in the summer months.You can do it on an ongoing basis – for example, by having a discussion at a committee meeting about how things are going.You can also do it at the end of the project, by looking back and thinking about what went well and what you would improve next time.