[Bell Historians] Heritage Lottery Funds
editor at r...
Tue Nov 2 14:36:40 GMT 2004
Not Robert again
One other possibility is that the church put in a bid which costed in
labour. Reducing labour costs might reduce the level of the grant, or
involve a renegotiation. But for large grants requiring matched funding the
"match" can be in cash or in kind, and this would surely include voluntary
labour. One of their criteria is that projects "involve volunteers and the
local community in heritage".
At 13:50 02/11/2004, you wrote:
>--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "LOVE, Dickon"
><dickon.love at a...> wrote:
> > "This sounds all very contradictory. The HLF is generally very keen
> > volunteering, and volunteer labour (and professional time) can
> > allowed for in costing projects when making applications to the
> > This is also certainly the case for projects funded by the New
> > Fund (an organisation that I was involved in establishing).
> > DrL
>Thanks guys, you have confirmed what I thought to be the case. We
>can now 'discuss' the matter with the Treasurer!
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