The Robert Horne Employee Fund
At the time the Robert Horne Group became a public company in March 1984, the Horne family established a charitable trust which became known as The Horne Foundation. The aims of the trust are focussed on education and over the years it has funded multiple educational and artistic projects in Northamptonshire and several hundred student bursaries supporting quality education.
The Horne Foundation in partnership with Northamptonshire Community Foundation have established The Robert Horne Employee Fund. This fund aims to provide a level of support for any former employee of the Robert Horne Group who may be experiencing financial hardship and especially during the current challenging financial climate for local residents.
To apply to the fund, applicants must:
- Be a former employee or spouse of a former employee within the Robert Horne Group.
- Complete an application form, detailing why you need the grant.
- Provide proof that you have been employed by the relevant company or are a spouse of a former employee. Documents which prove this might include a P60, historic pay slips, pension documents, letters of appointment or similar.
- Please also include a copy of a recent bank statement outlining any current accounts or savings you may have. This will be used to assess your financial need and make a judgement on your eligibility to access funding through the Robert Horne Employee Fund.
To apply to this fund, please download an application form and, once completed, send this to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a rolling programme meaning you can apply at any time, applications will be reviewed every two weeks.
Northamptonshire Community Foundation can provide advice and guidance during the application process as well as viewing draft applications prior to submission. Speak to the grants team via the contact us page for more information.
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Project Type: Individual
Grant Location: UK and Commonwealth
Grant Amount: Up to £5,000