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Title: Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation
  • Lesley Rattue
  • lesley_at_hantscf.org.uk

  • Who are we?
  • Independent Charitable Foundation
  • Operational since 2005
  • Cover Hampshire including Southampton, Portsmouth
    and IOW
  • Managed by local people on behalf of local
  • Small but growing team
  • Quality Accreditation endorsed by Charity
  • Professional Grant-making services
  • Knowledge and experience of local voluntary

What do we do?
  • Development of local philanthropy
  • Manage charitable funds on behalf of fund holders
  • Professional grant making service
  • Manage flow through funds i.e Comic Relief ,
    Blagrave Charitable Trust, Portsmouth City

  • HIWCF awarded 916k in grants in 2013
  • Supported over 100,000 Hampshire residents
  • Increased our endowment to over 7.9m
  • In 2013 we distributed 385 grants to charities
    and voluntary groups across Hampshire

Grants Currently Open
  • Blue Lamp Trust 500 - 2k
  • The Blue Lamp Trust provides funding to community
    groups, charities or other organisations for
    projects that meet with their aims and
    objectives reducing crime or the fear of crime,
    improving fire safety and reducing death or
    injury on our roads.
  • Business Supporting Older People Fund 200
  • The theme for the fund for the third year is
    "Transport". BSOP would like to award grants to
    small community groups or community intiatives
    that support transport to activities so they can
    reduce or cover transport costs.
  • Local Hampshire groups, whose members are over 55
    years of age, can apply for a small grant of 200
    towards their transport costs.

Grants Currently Open
  • Comic Relief 1k - 10k
  • The programme aims to empower local people
    enabling them to create lasting change in their
  • Projects  should be run  by people directly
    affected by the issues they are dealing with and
    priority will be given to small, locally based
    groups or organisations in areas of disadvantage
    that have a clear understanding of the needs of
    their community. 
  • HIWCF have only 40k to distribute in September
    2014. Apply for realistic grant levels of 3-4k

Grants Currently Open
  • Older People's Small Grant 500 - 1kProgramme
  • This grant has been set-up from funding provided
    by Hampshire County Council Adult Services Team
    to support older vulnerable people in our
    communities to reduce isolation, improve
    well-being and provide transport to activities
    and trips. 
  • Grassroots Small Grants - 250
  • Equipment for community group or community
  • Community group outings within Hampshire Isle
    of Wight.
  • Community group events, volunteer expenses,

If you need an apprentice?
  • This Apprenticeship scheme has been developed by
    the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community
    Foundation, and is supported by Youth Options, is
    a unique programme offering a grant to voluntary
    and community groups to pay for and support a
    young person on an apprenticeship placement
    within their organisation.
  • Apprenticeships must be centred around Business
    Administration or Customer Services. Priority
    will be given to those organisations who
    demonstrate sustainable employment.
  • Any enquiries about the Apprenticeship
    placements should be directed to Youth Options on

Elements of a Grant Programme
  • Criteria Rules of the fund
  • Guidelines How to apply
  • EoI Putting across your ideas
  • Application Form Information we need
  • Monitoring Has the money been spent correctly?
  • Evaluation What was achieved?
  • Next round closes 26th June 2014

Using On-line Fundraising to promote yourself
Why fundraise online?
83 of Brits Online in 2013 21 million
40 of people research charities online
Every a charity spends on online fundraising
earns 10
Online Donation platforms
No. of Charities Eligibility Subscription Annual Commission Processing Fee Net Amount to Charity on 10 donation Functionality
Localgiving.com 2000 Registered and Unregistered charities 60 VAT 6.2 20p 11.54 Workshops No admin on gift aid Match Funding Advertise for Volunteers Direct Debit donationsSponsorship pages
Just Giving (2012) Not-for-Profit 8000 Registered Charity or a HMRC gift aid registered 180 VAT 5 1.3 (2 - 5 depending on amount raised) 11.74 Charity Page Project Page Sponsorship Pages In Memory Text Giving Charity Sponsor Blog
BT My Donate Not-for-Profit 4900 Registered Charity or a HMRC gift aid registered None 15p debit card 1.3 credit card 12.35 Charity Page Sponsorship Pages In Memory Text Giving
Bmycharity Not-for-Profit 430 Registered Charities 150 VAT (One-off) 1.6 12.34 Charity Page Sponsor
Virgin Moneygiving Not-for-Profit 1600 Registered Charities HMRC gift aid registered 100 VAT (One-off) 3.5 12.15 Charity Page Sponsor
Charity Choice 4000 Registered Charities HMRC gift aid Registered None or 89 VAT premium service 25p debit card 1.45 credit card 10p 12.25 Charity Page Events Sponsor
Online donation platforms
Description of what your group does
Example donation amounts
Online donation platforms
People We Support
HIWCF online grants programme
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