Community Funds Questionnaire Form

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    • Terms and conditions
      1. The purpose of The Mulberry Community Chest (the “scheme”) is for Mulberry Homes (“the funder”) to provide an opportunity for organisations in local communities to apply for funding to improve their surroundings.
      2. The scheme is available to companies and organisations which have their registered office address or place of business near to a Mulberry Homes development.
      3. To qualify for the scheme, applicants must complete every field on the application form. Application forms are also available on the funder’s web page
      4. Employees of the funder, their immediate family members and any organisation/company to which they are linked are not eligible for funding under the scheme.
      5. Only one application for the scheme is permitted per organisation per annum.
      6. By submitting an application for the scheme, applicants hereby warrant that all the information submitted by them is true, current and complete.
      7. Applications will be judged on a monthly basis by The Mulberry Community Chest committee, consisting of employees of the funder and an independent representative (“the committee”). Full names of judges on the Committee are available on request.
      8. A maximum of £1,000 will be allocated per successful application. Whilst applicants may nominate the amount of money they would like to request under the scheme, the committee reserves the right to determine the allocation of funds.
      9. Submitting an application form does not automatically confirm an allocation of funds. Whilst the funder will consider all applications, unfortunately it is unable to allocate funds to all applicants.
      10. Applications will be judged on the following criteria: Suggested impact of the contribution on the community/group size and relevancy of the community/group.
      11. The funder will notify successful applicants in writing with a delivery notification. Details of successful applications will also be posted online at
      12. Funds will be provided to the successful applicants via BACS. The Applicant’s bank details will be requested at this time.
      13. If an application is successful, all money allocated by the funder must be used to further the project stated on the application form.
      14. Allocated funds are non-transferable and must not be used for personal use or purposes outside of those stated on the application form.
      15. All allocated funds must be used within four months of receipt. The funder reserves the right to request proof of use at all times. If funds are not used within this period, or for the agreed purpose, the funder reserves the right to request the return of all funds paid to it.
      16. The decision of the committee is final in relation to all applications and no correspondence will be entered into.
      17. By applying for funding under the scheme applicants agree to partake in any media and press activity that may take place. Applicants may be contacted by representatives from Unsworth Sugden at any time during the application procedure for this purpose. Applicants who accept funding also agree to partake in media activity after allocation of funds takes place. Applicants hereby assign all copyright which they may own in their application to the funder and they acknowledge that the funder will own all copyright in their application. Copyright of publicity will belong to the funder.
      18. By completing the application form applicants are consenting to receive communications from the funder and Unsworth Sugden.
      19. The funder accepts no responsibility or liability for any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft, destruction, alteration of, or unauthorised access to the application, or applications lost, incomplete or delayed whether or not arising during operation or transmission as a result of server failures, virus, bugs or other causes outside its control. All lost, damaged or incomplete applications will be deemed invalid. Proof of posting, emailing, faxing or otherwise applying for funding under the scheme shall not be proof of delivery or receipt.
      20. By submitting an application under the scheme, all applicants are deemed to accept these terms and conditions.
      21. The funder may, at its sole discretion, change the dates of allocating funds and/or the value of the funds available for allocation under the scheme. The funder reserves the right to alter, amend or withdraw these terms and conditions without prior notice.
      22. The funder will not be liable if a contribution allocated under the scheme cannot be accepted or used for its purpose for any reason beyond the control of the funder. Return of a delivery notification as undeliverable or failure to respond to a delivery notification within 30 days will result in disqualification and an alternate recipient may be selected at the funder’s discretion. In the event that an applicant declines his or her allocated funds the funder may elect, at its own discretion, to select an alternate recipient.
      23. These terms and conditions are governed by and construed and performed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales, whose courts shall be the courts of exclusive jurisdiction.
      24. These terms and conditions and the application pack of which they form part constitute the whole agreement between funder and application.
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