A: Applications for funding are not invited. CHK Foundation undertakes its own research to identify the charities it wishes to support.
A: It is requested that feedback is provided in a brief (maximum of 2 pages) word document. The inclusion of any images in the document should be limited to prevent the file size from exceeding 1,000 KB. Please send the report as an attachment to an email.
A; CHK Foundation funds both local and national charities across the whole of the UK.
A: The Trustees of CHK Foundation have chosen to focus the support offered over the 5 years to 2024 to charitable work supporting young people at risk. Intervening at a relatively young age may help to change the journey a person is on, and positively improve their aspirations, confidence and opportunities in adulthood.
A: Full lists of awards are detailed in our audited Financial Statements. From January 2020, we are uploading our data onto 360Giving to make it accessible via GrantNav, the free-to-use platform that brings together open, comparable grants data published using the 360Giving Standard.