Small grants championing science, technology, engineering and maths across the West Midlands
How do I apply?
Step 1. Download and complete the application form.
Step 2. Download and complete the budget breakdown template.
Step 3. Upload application form, budget breakdown and any optional supporting materials to our online submission form here.
My organisation is not based in the West Midlands – Can I still apply?
Yes. Your organisation doesn’t have to be based in the West Midlands to apply for a grant from us – but your project activity must be. This means any activity must be based in, and for the benefit of, the West Midlands Geographic area.
Am I based in the West Midlands?
Please see this website for eligible postcodes classed as the West Midlands – if your personal or organisation’s postcode is not listed then it’s likely you or your project is not based in the West Midlands.
Can my organisation submit more than one application?
Yes, providing they are for separate projects.
What’s Millennium Point’s Mission statement and charitable objectives?
Our missions statement is below:
The Millennium Point Charitable Trust exists for the advancement of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and education for the public benefit within the West Midlands are of the United Kingdom.
We have broken this down into a number of key objectives – each output of the Millennium Point Charitable Trust must meet one or more of these:
- Address the STEM skills gap through education and re-education of STEM skills
- Encourage traditionally marginalised groups to pursue STEM careers i.e. girls and women, BAME, LGBTQ+ and those with disabilities
- Support the growth of STEM skills and careers within education
- Support the growth of activities and events which promote STEM skills and careers
- Raise the profile of STEM skills and careers
We achieve these objectives in several ways, including:
Download our handy application guide where we’ve broken down each question on the application form. If you’re still stuck then get in touch with the grants team on 0121 202 2212 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org