Frequently Asked Questions
How is Postcode Justice Trust funded?
How do I apply for funding from Postcode Justice Trust?
Postcode Justice Trust does not accept unsolicited applications. The Trust currently funds a selection of charities meeting the objectives of the Trust. It is proactive in approaching charities and, as funds grow, will thoroughly research and select potential beneficiaries who will be invited to apply.
When an opportunity arises for the Trust to consider adding a new beneficiary, the Trust team identify any gaps in the current funding portfolio in line with the trust strategy and current sector needs. Potential beneficiaries are then identified and researched, carrying out due diligence on their impact, financial stability, thematic and geographical focus. Shortlisted beneficiaries are assessed by the Trust Team in person and presented to the Board. Approved charities are then asked to formally apply and present their application in person to the Board, which is either approved, rejected or further information requested.
We've been awarded a grant - what next?
If you have been lucky enough to receive funding from Postcode Justice Trust, you will be expected to provide twice-yearly progress reports and work with our communications team to publicise our relationship. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find a copy of your annual report and accounts?
How are you regulated?
Postcode Justice Trust is a charity registered in Scotland (SC043779) and is a company limited by guarantee SC441725. Postcode Justice Trust is regulated by the Gambling Commission under certificate 000-034774-N-316264 and 000-034774-R-316263.