Apply for a Grant

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


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 Friday 17th December 2021 at 5 pm.

To apply, complete the application form and submit to by 5 pm Friday 17th December 2021.

How to Apply

Download & complete the form

Save your application with your organisations name.

Email the complete form back by 17/12/2021

Send to:

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.). Please remember to detail how this links to STEM education and provide an outline of the STEM project or education programme that the resources will be used for.

  • 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
  • Organisations whose project beneficiaries reside within the West Midlands or the West Midlands Combined Authority
  • Universities
  • Hospitals or Hospices
  • Individuals
  • Companies or Sole Traders that are aimed at generating profits for private distribution.
  • Organisations based out of the UK
  • Organisations whose project beneficiaries reside outside of the West Midlands or West Midlands Combined Authority
Does your project beneficiaries reside within the West Midlands Combined Authority?
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Useful Links

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Contact our Trust Team

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Complete the form on the right and a member of our  team will be in touch with a response within 48 hours.