We will notify all applicants of the outcome of their application whether successful or unsuccessful in July 2022. It is unlikely you will hear from us until this time.
We aim to pay successful applicants in September 2022. We are unable to release payment any earlier.
Our application process opens on 4th October 2021 and closes on the 3rd December 2021. The result of whether you have been granted funding will not be made until July 2022 and payment will then be made in September 2022.
We have kept our application process as straightforward as possible.
There is only one form for you to complete which can be downloaded from our website and then emailed back to STEMgrants@millenniumpoint.org.uk.
Once this has been e-mailed back to STEMgrants@millenniumpoint.org.uk it will be shortlisted and moderated before a final decision is made by our Board of Trustees.
Our grants cycle is open once a year with a strict deadline. Notification of the outcome of your application will take place in July 2022.
Yes. Grants are available up to £20,000. We also welcome applications that are seeking funding for projects that are a smaller monetary amount.
No. We will not fund a project that requires funding over several years. We only fund projects that can be implemented and completed within 12 months of payment.
Yes. Please note however it is possible for an organisation to apply and be successful in receiving a grant for up to 3 consecutive years. Following this, the organisation must allow a gap of at least one calendar year before they can submit any further applications. After which, the same 3 consecutive years rule will apply once again.
We only accept one application per organisation per year.
No. We only accept one application per organisation. The first application received will be the one we consider for a grant.
No. We do not consider applications made by individuals. A list of which groups we fund can be found in our guidance document.
Yes. Ideally, we would like applicants to be from WMCA region but we will accept applications from outside of this area if the project takes place within a local authority who is a member of the West Midlands Combined Authority