We work closely with an organisation called Ecclesiastical, who have recently launched a funding initiative called ‘Movement For Good’.
Which charities are eligible?
An eligible charity is any charity which:
- has been in existence for at least six months;
- is a not-for-profit organisation;
- has satisfied the due diligence process requirements of Ecclesiastical;
- is a registered charity.
How do I apply?
The application form is simple to fill in and can be found on this page:
Nominations are open now until Sunday 24th May and each person can only vote once. The form can be filled out by the charity themselves or filled out by supporters, as well as friends and family members of those associated with the charity.
The more applications you can drum up for your charity, the more chance your charity will be selected – so make sure you send out the application form link and spread the word. Social media is a great way of doing this – as well as reaching out directly to your staff, your supporters, your service users and friends and family.
When are the winners announced?
There will be a total of 500 winning charities, who will be announced between Monday 1st June and Friday 12th June on the Ecclesiastical ‘Movement for Good’ page. You can find it here: https://www.ecclesiastical.com/movement-for-good/
It would be great to know if you fill out an application form, so please let us know if this is the case.
Also, if you’re promoting your charity on social media to drum up votes, let us know and we’ll share your posts!
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