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FAQs - Glossary of Terms 

What do you mean by “money being tight”?

FEES Fund wants to help young people who wouldn’t be able to afford to pay for the activity otherwise. Please only apply if this is the case.

What constitutes an extra-curricular activity?

These activities cannot be part of a typical school [EB1] day or university or college course. Typical activities include sports, music, arts, social clubs, hobbies, travel and outdoor adventure

 

What is an enrichment activity?

The activities should bring enrichment through providing new learning experiences that help build confidence, promote resilience, develop skills or talent and enable the young person to follow a passion.

 

What is a one-off activity?

FEES Fund does not fund activities that have no end date. For example, grants could be made for a specified number of guitar lessons but not continuous music support.

What are named organisations?

FEES Fund does not pay money to individuals but will pay the organisation where the activity takes place direct. You will need to specify the organisation details on your application

 

 

Who are advocates?

This individual is an adult who is applying on behalf of a young person between the age of 7 and 25. For example, you could be a teacher, a parent, guardian, or friend. You will need to specify the organisation where the activity takes place and fill in the application on the young person’s behalf.

 

 

Who are sponsors?

This individual will need to work at the organisation where the activity takes place. For example, you could be a coach, a Scout Leader or work in a charity. The individual will need to validate that the young person meets the criteria for FEES Fund grants.

 

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