Heritage Lottery Fund and the First World War Centenary (June 2013)
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    Heritage Lottery Fund and the First World War Centenary (June 2013) Heritage Lottery Fund and the First World War Centenary (June 2013) Presentation Transcript

    • Helen Greer Development Officer – London
    • HLF and the First World War Centenary • Since 1 April 2010 HLF has made awards totalling more than £13m. • Fund applications under all programmes • Specific small grants programme First World War: then and now • £1million per year committed
    • Sharing Heritage Grant requests of £3,000 to £10,000 First World War: then and now Grant requests of £3,000 to £10,000 Our Heritage Grant requests of £10,000 to £100,000 Young Roots Grant requests of £10,000 to £50,000 Heritage Grants Grant requests of £100,000 + Funding Programmes
    • Other HLF programmes: Parks for People Landscape Partnership Scheme Townscape Heritage Heritage Enterprise Grants for Places of Worship Catalyst Start-up Grants Transition Funding
    • Key points for our programmes: • HLF funds projects; • All projects must have a heritage focus; • All projects must include plans and costs.
    • • For communities to explore, conserve and share their First World War heritage; • No application deadline • Decision in 8 weeks • Short application form • For projects which benefit all ages • Must meet one outcome for people First World War: then and now Grants of £3,000 to £10,000
    • Our Heritage Grants of £10,000 to £100,000 • No application deadline • Decision in 8 weeks • One single-round application • Applications meet 2 outcomes (one for heritage and one for people)
    •  Grants of £10,000 to £50,000, for up to 2 years  Delivered through partnerships of heritage and youth organisations  Young people should learn about heritage and gain new skills or opportunituies  Young people should lead activities and share their learning with others  Same short process as Our Heritage Young Roots Projects delivered by 11–25 year olds
    • Heritage Grants • Grants of over £100,000 • For heritage of regional or national importance • Two round application process • 3 months assessment at each round • Development funding and mentoring support available
    • HLF project enquiry service • Initial heritage idea • Read HLF’s guidance notes, case studies, • Submit a project enquiry form online at www.hlf.org.uk • Get a written response within10 working days • Grant surgery / information session • Develop idea • Apply
    • Contact Us Michael Murray 020 7591 6183 michaelm@hlf.org.uk Norma Pearson 020 7591 6190 normap@hlf.org.uk Helen Greer 020 7591 6174 helen.greer@hlf.org.uk Debbie Shipton 020 7591 6265 deborahs@hlf.org.uk