Eshaki Foundation provides grants of up to £2,500 to individuals with the aim of providing opportunities for sports and academic development to young people aged between 11-18 (especially people living in poverty and those who have a physical and/or mental disability).
Applicants are required to be permanently resident in the UK. We will look to expand the focus on “Grants for Individuals” in the future. The
Grant making policy will be updated accordingly when relevant.
We will only accept applications that are complete and provide supporting evidence of the need and the goal.
We welcome applications for grants from all sections of the community and decisions are made based on our available funding levels and never on grounds of age, race or gender. We will do our best to ensure that applications are dealt with fairly and that no one is denied access to information or funding on grounds of race, colour, ethnicity or national origin, religious affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.
You can apply for a grant at any time. Our Trustees meet four times a year but procedures exist to give approvals between meeting dates if necessary. We do not publish the dates of Trustees' meetings.
We will send you an acknowledgement email as soon as we are able to following receipt of your application at our office. If your application is in an unacceptable form, is ineligible or of a low priority we will advise you of this in this email.
We will assess all acceptable applications and may contact you for further information and/or request an interview.
We aim to make decisions on 95% of grant applications within two months and on all applications within three months.
Individuals are required to use the application form contained on this site.