Information for grant holders
All awards made to organisations in Israel are administered by the Trust’s office in the UK.
Successful applicants will receive a letter outlining the award and any associated conditions. Grants awarded are also subject to conditions (PDF). It is important that we receive written confirmation of acceptance of a grant and the conditions attached to the award.
Grants must be claimed within a year of the award, unless we have agreed otherwise. In the meantime, we appreciate being kept up to date on the progress of your project via a report due by 1 July each year. Email us (opens a draft email with recipient populated) your completed reports.
How to claim
Grants can be claimed (in arrears) once the element of the project that we are funding has been carried out, even if the main project is still ongoing.
We make grant payments at the end of every month, except in August, when no payments are made. If you send us your claim documents by the 15th of the month, we shall try to release your grant in the same month. Please note that payment is never guaranteed for a particular month and after your documents have been checked by our office, they need to be approved by our auditors and Trustees before the grant can be released.
To claim your grant, please send us the following:
Your covering letter should:
- Include your 5 digit grant reference number
- Explain how the invoices relate to the original application and confirm that they have been paid
- Acknowledge that where eligible expenditure does not meet or exceed the value of the grant, any remaining amount will be relinquished
Copies of paid invoices
Paid invoices or architect’s certificates that equal or exceed the value of the grant, excluding ineligible costs (read exclusion notes). These should refer to work carried out or equipment ordered after the date of the award (if these are not in English, they should be certified in English by an independent auditor).
A photocopy of a paying in slip or other bank document showing details of a UK bank account into which the grant is to be paid, which should include all of the following: account name, account number, sort code, and bank name and address. Payment can only be made to the UK bank account of a registered or statutory charity (or equivalent).
The name, telephone number and email address of the person we should contact if we have a query about your claim.