Application for financial assistance from the Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust
Key Objective: The Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust is set up to help vulnerable people change their lives in the Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire, by providing financial support. The aged, disabled and underprivileged are assisted wherever possible, as are children suffering from dyslexia.
The Trust only works with charitable bodies or statutory authorities and we do not provide grants to individuals.
There are two main types of application that we are looking to support.
Firstly, there are applications by charitable or statutory bodies on behalf of individuals or families. The application form available through this web page must be completed by the charitable organisation/statutory body concerned and not the individual/family. Supporting papers should be attached where necessary.
Secondly, there are applications for projects and work with the groups of people who are outlined in our key objective above. Please submit full details to the address shown below including the following:
1 The charitable organisation including contact details and the latest financial statements.
2 Projects/work successfully completed to date that support the current application. Please outline work already carried out in the Hull & East Riding area. Because we will request that our grants are used exclusively in the Hull & East Riding area please identify how your organisation will guarantee this is achieved.
3 The project/work together with detailed costings and supporting information. (e.g. estimates/planning permission etc.)
4 Identify other grants received or currently being considered by other bodies.
5 How the grant is to be spent.
In considering applications the Trustees may require further information so please remember it is in your interests to give as much detail as possible.
All applications should be sent to:
The Joseph & Annie Cattle Trust,
P O Box 23,
Patrington,Hull. HU12 0WF
Tel and Fax: 01964 671742
Application forms should be printed, completed in handwriting and sent to us by post or fax.
N.B. Hull City Council agencies should not use this form but should first contact Hull Advice. Tel 01482-300303.
To print a copy of the form