GRANTS EVALUATION, PROCESS & REPORTING
Grants Committee members read each application and conduct due diligence and research on each organisation, including the area of concern the organisation works within and addresses.
Each submission is graded across the following criteria
The grants process, governance and final shortlist is overseen and approved by Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation.
MWF Grants Committee is responsible for the following
Nurturing and Signature Grant recipients report on the progress of their project every six months, 31 July and 31 January. A final report is due on the next reporting date after the grant is fully expended.
Merit Award recipients can expend their award funding on any organisational need, with only one report required to be lodged on 31 July following receipt of funds.
Grant recipients must use the correct report template for the grant awarded. Templates can be downloaded below.
2023 Grants Committee Members
Christine Darcas (MWF EO/ Advisory)
Joining the Grants Committee
If you are an MWF member and interested in joining the Grants Committee, please contact our Grants Committee by clicking here. An expression of interest doesn’t guarantee a committee place, as this can depend on established committee size and skill needs. However, we aim to be as inclusive as possible regardless of a member’s experience.
We are committed to acting with integrity in all of our relationships and in selecting grant recipients through an honest and fair process. In support of this commitment, our Conflict of Interest policy and Conflict of Interest Register require disclosure of relationships between our Grants Committee members and any grant applicant or potential grant applicant. We also require Grants Committee members to recuse themselves from discussion and/or collective choosing on any topic where a conflict arises. Please also refer to our Conflict of Interest Grants Committee for more information.