FAQs

FAQs

How is Postcode African Trust funded?

How do I apply for funding from Postcode African Trust?

What charities has the Trust funded?

I have been awarded a grant - what next?

Where can I find a copy of your annual report?

How is the Trust regulated?

How is Postcode African Trust funded?

Postcode African Trust promotes its own society lottery and the Trust receives all of its funding from players of People's Postcode Lottery.  For more information, visit www.postcodelottery.co.uk

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How do I apply for funding from Postcode African Trust?

The Postcode African Trust does not accept unsolicited applications. The Trust will only research new charities to support as funds become available.

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What charities has the Trust funded?

Postcode African Trust has provided funding to the following charities: AfriKids, Book Aid International, British Red Cross, Mary's Meals and Ndlovu

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I have been awarded a grant - what next?

If you have been lucky enough to receive funding from Postcode African Trust, you will be expected to provide twice-yearly progress reports and work with our communications team to publicise our relationship. For more information, contact: info@postcodeafricantrust.org.uk

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Where can I find a copy of your annual report?

Our annual report and accounts are produced annually and is available in the 'About Us' on this website.

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How is the Trust regulated?

Postcode African Trust is a charity registered in Scotland (SC044835) and is a company limited by guarantee (SC476398). Postcode African Trust operates its own society lottery and is regulated by the Gambling Commission under certificate 000-037726-N-318507-004 and 000-037726-R-318506-004

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