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Please give the name of the organisation for which a grant is requested, the address for correspondence/contact details and email, including an email address which will be used for all contact by the GMCTF with your organisation, and website, the name and role of the representative applying for a grant on behalf of the organisation, and the name of the responsible budget officer.
If another organisation will be administering the award, please explain why, and give the name, address and contact details (including email) of the administering organisation, and the name and contact details (including email) of the responsible officer.
[If the grant will not be administered by an organisation, then please apply for an individual grant [live link to form]]
Please provide name(s), contact information, details of their role and relevant experience, and a brief CV for each of the people who will be involved in delivering the activity/project. State whether their involvement in this activity/project is confirmed or unconfirmed.
Please give details of the overall budget for your activity/project and the total amount sought from the GMCTF.
Please give details of any income for this activity/project which will come from other sources, including in-kind support. This may include grants from other organisations, contributions from participants, and any other expected income. Please also indicate whether this income is confirmed or unconfirmed.
Please provide a breakdown of expenditure for the amount you are requesting from the GMCTF under the following headings:
If so, please give details of the name of the organisation, how much you have requested, and the date when you hope to hear a decision on your application.
Please give details of all previous applications to the GMCTF over the past three years.
Please provide details of two referees for your activity/project, at least one of whom must be an independent referee, i.e. NOT from your organisation.