Applying for funds

The Rees Jeffreys Road Fund is able to award grants and bursaries funded from the investment income generated by the endowment made by William Rees Jeffrey’s estate.

The Trustees welcome proposals for topics and projects to pursue, bids for grant funding, and will from time to time commission projects directly.

The Trustees have a duty to ensure funds are disbursed in accordance with the Fund’s objects, subject to which they favour:

  • Research and pathfinder projects with potentially national (and international) application;
  • Applications involving shared funding from other partners;
  • Applications for part funding of academic studies or for programmes with a clear relevance to the Fund’s objects.

Applications can be made at any time and the calendar below indicates the dates of future Trustee meetings where bids will be considered. Anyone considering applying to the Fund should, in the first instance, contact the Secretary at brianmurrell@reesjeffreys.org to register their interest.

Applications should be clear and concise with the main proposal no more than three A4 pages; with supporting material appended as necessary. A digital version of the application should be included. All applicants are asked in addition to complete a one-page summary for the convenience of the Trustees as part of their application.  A word version of the summary form is available on request from the Secretary.  For further guidance you should view or download RJRF Guidance notes for applicantsJuly17

The Secretary can be contacted as below.

Brian Murrell, 7 The Grove, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB10 8QH
Tel 0560 384 9370
E-mail: brianmurrell@reesjeffreys.org

Future Meeting Dates

  • 12 September 2017
  • 5 December 2017

The deadline for submission of applications or other agenda items is normally a little over a fortnight before the meeting. Applicants are strongly advised however to check in good time with the Secretary on the specific deadline date for each meeting. The decision of the Trustees will be notified promptly.

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