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Birmingham Airport Community Trust Fund

The Trust directly seeks to help areas affected by the airport's operation particularly east Birmingham and North Solihull- a full list of postcodes is provided via their website.
Club, Group or Organisation

About Birmingham Airport Community Trust Fund

Areas of work include: Community, environment, heritage, sport, health and wellbeing.

The Birmingham Airport Community Trust Fund makes grants of up to £3,000 to community groups in areas most affected by the Airport's operations. Each year we invest £75,000 in the Trust Fund, to which we add any charges made to airlines which breach our night noise regulations

To find out if your group may be eligible, follow these steps:

First, click here for a list of postcodes within the Trust Fund's Area of Benefit.

If the address from where your project operates is on this list, you may be eligible. If not, then your project will not be eligible.

Next, take a look at the following questions:

1) Does your organisation have a Constitution or set of rules?

Why this is important: The Trustees will need to understand your organisation's Aims and Objectives.

2) Does your organisation produce annual accounts?

Why this is important: The Trustees need to understand how sustainable your organisation is. Even if it is a small project or a new group, you must be able to provide even a basic Income and Expenditure Account.

3) Is your organisation locally managed and operated?

Why this is important: The Trustees will not make awards to organisations which operate nationally or internationally, even where an individual programme is delivered within the Area of Benefit.

If you can answer 'yes' to all of these questions, your project may be eligible.

Sport Birmingham is not responsible for the accuracy of information provided by third-parties and accepts no liability relating to any information contained on the site. If any contact details have been provided, It is recommended that you contact them directly.


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