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The James Frederick & Ethel Anne Measures Charity

Contact details

2nd Floor
33 Great Charles Street

Grants provided by this organisation

The James Frederick & Ethel Anne Measures Charity

The following criteria apply:

  1. applicants must usually originate in the West Midlands
  2. applicants must show evidence of self-help in their application
  3. trustees have a preference for disadvantaged people

Eligibility

The following criteria apply:

  1. applicants must usually originate in the West Midlands
  2. applicants must show evidence of self-help in their application
  3. trustees have a preference for disadvantaged people
  4. trustees have a dislike for applications from students who have a full local authority grant and want finance for a different course or study
  5. trustees favour grants towards the cost of equipment
  6. applications by individuals in cases of hardship will not usually be considered unless sponsored by a local authority, health professional or other welfare agency.

Exclusions

 

Type of grants

One-off or recurrent grants, usually between £50 and £500.

Applications

In writing to the correspondent. No reply is given to unsuccessful applicants unless an sae is enclosed.

Other information

Grants were made to 51 organisations during the year.

The James Frederick & Ethel Anne Measures Charity

The following criteria apply:

  1. applicants must usually originate in the West Midlands
  2. applicants must show evidence of self-help in their application
  3. trustees have a preference for disad

Eligibility

The following criteria apply:

  1. applicants must usually originate in the West Midlands
  2. applicants must show evidence of self-help in their application
  3. trustees have a preference for disadvantaged people
  4. trustees have a dislike for applications from students who have a full local authority grant and want finance for a different course or study
  5. trustees favour grants towards the cost of equipment
  6. applications by individuals in cases of hardship will not usually be considered unless sponsored by a local authority, health professional or other welfare agency.

Type of grants

One-off or recurrent grants, usually between £50 and £500.

Applications

In writing to the correspondent. No reply is given to unsuccessful applicants unless an sae is enclosed.

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