Jack Petchey Foundation
If you think you can, you can!

How to manage your grant

Been awarded an individual Grant for Volunteering and have some questions?

See if any of the frequently asked questions below answer your concerns.

If not – call us on 020 8252 8000 and we will be happy to help.

When do I need to submit my report on my grant?

Once you have completed your project, we ask that you complete our report form and send it in along with pictures if possible.  Please do let us know as much as you can as we love to learn about all the wonderful projects you have embarked on!

Feeling creative?

We will also accept video reports that capture the essence of your project instead of a report and photos. Simply subscribe to the Jack Petchey Foundation Youtube channel here, upload your video and drop us an email at mail@jackpetcheyfoundation.org.uk with your name, application reference number and the link to the uploaded video and with your permission we would link this to our website as a case study too!

What is the link for the grant report form?

Click here to download the report form.

My project has changed since I applied – what do I do?

All decisions are made based on the information you provide on your application form. Grants are given on the basis of this and therefore restricted to the purposes stated.

If your project has changed then you must contact us to explain the changes. We will then be able to recommend next steps.

I am proud of my project – can I publicise it?

Great news! Yes you can – and we would love you to.

We constantly upload new case studies to our website so when you complete your report, give us as much information as possible.

In addition, a member of our staff may come and meet with you to get more information so as to put a story for the papers together. If you are interested in this please do contact us directly. The Foundation is committed to raising the profile of young people and spreading the numerous good news stories that we all know exist. 

 

To read some examples of the good work undertaken please read Case Study 1 and Case Study 2.

If you want to go bigger and bolder with your reach then consider releasing a press release to your local community. Go to our Press and PR section for tips on how to do this.

 


Katie Kemp

Katie Kemp, India