Grants

Our grant programmes support young people in the Army Cadets and Army Cadet Volunteers to access activities and training.

Grants that enhance their development, improve health and wellbeing and provide inspiring opportunities and life-changing benefits.

We have a number of grants available that can be applied for now. Please email us for your grants application form indicating the type of grant you are applying for.

OPEN GRANT PROGRAMMES

We support Army Cadet Counties with grants for equipment to enable Army Cadets to participate in activities such as educational trips that will enrich their lives.

Applications are open throughout the year. Please submit applications for equipment a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the activity for which it is needed.

Please email us for your grants application form indicating the type of grant you are applying for.

We support Army Cadets with individual grants to help Army Cadets to participate in activities such as adventurous training, Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions, Battlefields Tours and overseas events.

Applications are open throughout the year. Please submit your application a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the activity for which it is needed.

Please email us for your grants application form indicating the type of grant you are applying for.

The Matthew Bacon Bursary Fund enables young people to take part in an Outward Bound Trust (OBT) 19 day adventure, which would otherwise be beyond their financial means.

The fund helps Army Cadets that may have experienced a difficult beginning, are from a disadvantaged background or lack self-confidence, helping them to develop important life skills that will impact positively on their emotional health and wellbeing. Through their Outward Bound Trust challenge they are able to participate in life changing adventures, build new friendships and improve their mental health and wellbeing.

The fund was set up in memory of Major Matthew Bacon, an officer in the Intelligence Corps, killed whilst on tour in Iraq by a roadside bomb on 11th September 2005. In Matthew’s honour, his family set up the Fund to help disadvantaged young Cadets to develop and achieve.

Each Cadet awarded the Fund is encouraged to raise a personal contribution of £255 through fundraising. Full support and advice on fundraising will be given.

Please email us for your grants application form indicating the type of grant you are applying for.

We value Army Cadet volunteers and we know the Army Cadets could not survive without their dedication and commitment. We believe in developing the skills of Army Cadet volunteers and work in partnership with CVQO to award qualification bursaries. These bursaries are to support Adult Volunteers enrolled on the ILM Level 5 in Leadership and Management through the KGVI Memorial Leadership Course. The bursary is manged by CVQO on our behalf. For more information please contact CVQO’s Adult Awards department on 01276 601 701.

Please email us for your grants application form indicating the type of grant you are applying for.

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Please email us for your grants application form indicating the type of grant you are applying for.

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