Apply for a Grant

Champion science, technology, engineering and maths with a grant from Millennium Point Charitable Trust.

GRANT APPLICATION UPDATE

Submissions for our 2022 round of grant funding from the Millennium Point Charitable Trust will open Monday 4th October 2021 at 8 am and close on Monday 3rd December 2021 at 5 pm. To apply, complete the application form and submit to STEMgrants@millenniumpoint.org.uk by 5 pm Monday 3rd December 2021.

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How to Apply

Download & complete the form

Save your application with your organisations name.

Email the complete form back by 03/12/2021

Send to:
STEMgrants@millenniumpoint.org.uk

You’ll be notified on the outcome of your notification in July 2022
Successful applications will receive their grant in September 2022

What Kind of Projects Do We Support?

Implementing a creative and interactive STEM Curriculum in education

Projects will need to fulfil one or more of the following:

  • Introduce exciting and innovative STEM projects or activities into the classroom which in turn engage pupils of all ages from Nursery up to school leavers.

  • Inspire an interest in STEM subjects in schools.

  • Engage underprivileged or marginalised groups in STEM learning, making it more accessible and inclusive.

  • Focus strongly on enhancing STEM across the curriculum.

Promoting STEM careers

Projects will need to fulfil one or more of the following:

  • Target young people to pursue careers in STEM from an early age.

  • Deliver ‘STEM-centric’ events to engage young people.

  • Encourage parents and or teachers to learn more about STEM opportunities and STEM career choices open to young people.

  • Develop school programmes of work to showcase STEM career opportunities.

  • Promote STEM learning in local communities.

Purchasing of STEM Resources

Projects will need to fulfil one or more of the following:

  • Enhance STEM education through the purchase of STEM equipment for schools or Nurseries or other organisations.

  • Improve knowledge through the purchasing of STEM literature/books, ideally, this will be linked to a larger STEM project.

  • Provide digital resources for pupils (i.e. Laptops/ iPads/ Google chrome books etc.).

  • Reduce digital poverty and provide further opportunities to engage in new STEM skills and learning.

Is My Organisation Eligible?

  • School
  • Voluntary or Community Group
  • Registered Charity
  • A Constituted Group or Club
  • Not-for-profit company or Community Interest Company (CIC)
  • Social Enterprise
  • Statutory Body
  • Universities
  • Hospitals or Hospices
  • Individuals
  • Companies or Sole Traders that are aimed at generating profits for private distribution.
  • Organisations based out of the UK

Useful Links

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Contact our Trust Team

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