RHS Community Wellbeing Grant terms and conditions

  1. The person submitting this form confirms they have permission to make the application on behalf of the Organisation and that all information provided is correct
  2. Support to the Organisation will be a minimum of £5,000 and a maximum of £10,000 – the size of the grant will be based on the amount requested in the application
  3. The RHS and the Organisation acknowledge that the grant is not a consideration for any taxable supply for VAT purposes. The Organisation will not be paid any amounts in respect of VAT in addition to the grant
  4. The Organisation confirms it is UK or Channel Islands registered and has its own bank account. (Please note we are unable to make payments to individuals)
  5. The Organisation is responsible for the delivery of the project and therefore the health and safety of participants, volunteers and staff. Relevant policies and procedures will be expected to be in place for the duration of the RHS funded projects including but not limited to: safeguarding, insurance, risk assessment and data management
  6. Where the project is being run as a partnership, the Organisation named in the application form will be the lead partner and therefore take responsibility for the grant including being the first point of contact with the RHS, the grant being paid into its account, having relevant policies and practices in place, maintaining contact with the RHS and fulfilling any reporting requirements
  7. The Organisation agrees that if its application is successful, details of its project including its organisation name and project title can be used by the RHS in publicity and promotional activities, including press releases, internal and external publications, photography, filming and social media. Further details including branding guidelines and the use of logo and photography permissions will be set out with the Organisation in the Grant Agreement
  8. If its application is successful the Organisation agrees to keep the RHS up-to-date on its project throughout the year and will provide any requested reports, statistics and digital media to support the evaluation, communication and promotion of RHS Communities funding
  9. The Organisation agrees that if its application is successful the grant will be used solely to fund the project outlined in its submitted application other than in extenuating circumstances and with permission from the RHS. The RHS may require repayment of all or any part of the grant if it is used for any other purpose
  10. Data Protection Statement: The Organisation and its Representative making the RHS Community Wellbeing Grant application agree that the RHS can hold name and contact details and contact them in relation to the RHS Community Wellbeing Grant and with regard to related press and PR opportunities. The contact details will be held for three years. Please read the relevant Section in our Privacy Policy, for more information on how we process your personal data and your rights

This RHS grant fund has been match funded with generous support from The Newt in Somerset.

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