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Grant name Humanitarian Grant
Grant webpage
Foundation name Bromley Trust
Foundation webpage
Grant Category Human Rights,Young people,Democracy,Disadvantaged people,Other
Project Level International,Regional,National
Target Region Global
Contact Person responsible for dealing with funding applications
Full name Bromley Trust
Street & Number 5 Cressy House, Hannibal Road, StepnEy Green,
City & Post Code London, E1 3JE
Region & Country United Kingdom.
Phone 1 +44 020 7901 681
Phone 2 +44 020 7901 681
Fax 1
Fax 2
Cellular 1
Cellular 2
Email
Web page
Kind of projects funded
Which are the foundationís/grantís priorities (goals, objectives)? Grants to charitable organisations that: combat violations of human rights and help victims of torture, refugees from oppression and those who have been falsely imprisoned; help those who have suffered severe bodily or mental hurt through no fault of their own, and if need be help their dependants: try in some way to offset man's inhumanity to man; oppose the extinction of the world's fauna and flora and the destruction of the environment for wildlife and for mankind worldwide
Who can apply? Not specified.
Procedure for making an application
Is there an application? How do we find it? No - a letter outlining reasons for grant and supporting information should be sent by post directly to the Trust.
Is there a deadline for applications? No
When is it best to apply? Applications are taken all year round.
Selection procedure for applicants?
Who decides how much to allocate? The trustees of the Charity.
What is the maximum amount / percentage of the total project cost awarded per project? Each project is discussed individually and the amount decided is at the trustees discretion.
Should any additional documents be included with the application? To be included in application: details of plans, outlines of funds needed and why, how they will be used and will benefit yourself and others and reasons for your desire to participate in the project. Also include any other documents that you feel will support your chances of getting a grant.
Does the grant require the US tax exempt status (501(c)(3) nonprofit status) in order to apply?
Additional Info/Follow-up
Comments Projects aimed at supporting refugees will be more likely to be funded.
Additional info/Follow-up and history between this foundation and/or specific grant and IFMSA international and/or IFMSA members (NMOs)
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