© Trust for Oxfordshire's Environment (TOE2) 2015
Charity Number: 1140563
Our Funders include: Grundon Waste Management Ltd - Patsy Wood Trust – Oxfordshire County Council – Beatrice Laing Trust – Network Rail - TVERC
TOE2 supports projects which benefit Oxfordshire’s environment and communities. The majority of grants are up to £5,000, however some larger requests may be considered; please contact us on 01865 407003 to discuss your project before completing the application form.
If you are interested in applying for the Biodiversity funding from Network Rail, please refer to this page for advice on how to apply.
The TOE2 grant panel meets four times a year to consider funding applications. The next grant application deadline is 11th January 2018. The following deadlines in 2018 are 5th March, 4th June and 3rd September.
Step 1: Ensure that the project meets the funding criteria more >
Step 2: Complete the Application Form. more >
Step 3: Decision making process. more >
TOE2 has robust processes in place to scrutinise applications to ensure that they offer good value for money and deliver what they set out to do
Applicant contacted for additional information if required
Local expert visits the project and provides comments to assist in the assessment of the project
Each application is scrutinised by the Grant Panel and a recommendation is made to the Board of Trustees
Recommendations considered and decisions ratified by the TOE2 Board
Applicant informed of decision
Step 4: What happens next. more >
If your application is successful you will be sent an email notification which may communicate some specific conditions attached to the funding. You will then be sent a formal funding offer.
Please do not start any work on the project until you have received the formal funding offer.
The applicant must sign and return the agreement form and a claim must be received within 1 year of the date of the signed agreement letter. TOE2 will pay, once work has been done and on receipt of invoices and a project progress report. Please note that we ask successful applicants to keep a photographic record of their projects as a way of recording progress.