The Hugh Neill Charity
Charity number: 243806
The Hugh Neill Charity was established by James Hugh Neill in 1964, to be applied for such charitable purposes as the Trustees in their absolute discretion shall think fit, by means of grants to charitable bodies or funds.
It is the policy of the Trustees of the Hugh Neill Charity to give preferential consideration to the “ongoing” needs of charitable bodies operating specifically in South Yorkshire.
At the same time the Trustees give sympathetic consideration to requests for “one-off” grants to organisations in South Yorkshire requiring finance to meet start-up costs, capital costs offering long term benefits or costs arising from unforeseen circumstances.
Only registered charities are considered for grants. No grants are given to individuals.
Applications are only considered once a year at the Annual Meeting of the Trustees of The Hugh Neill Charity in the autumn. The Trust does not have an Application Form.
Applications, with the information requested below (and ideally on your charity’s letterhead), should be sent by email during the month of August to the following email address:
Any applications received after 31 August will not be considered in that year.
Please ensure your application contains the required information as per the checklist below.
Organisation name, postal address & postcode
Contact person name, telephone number, email address & job role
Are you a registered charity? If yes – provide charity number
Brief details of the organisation and the work you do
Numbers of staff: full-time, part-time, volunteers, trustee, committee
Briefly describe the project/need for which grant is being sought
When will the project start and end?
How will you measure success?
What is the total cost of project?
What is your specific funding request?
Please provide your most recent accounts (if more than 12 months old, please send your current income and expenditure)
All the above information to be no more than 4 sides of A4
Lady Neill DL
Mrs JP Holah
Mrs SE Browne
Mrs AJ Lee