The Construction Industry Relief, Assistance and Support for the Homeless and Hospices (CRASH) assists UK registered homelessness and hospice charities with construction related projects. CRASH supports organisations with the practical elements of their building projects, from architects and surveyors to bricks and concrete, as well as providing cash grants of up to £50,000.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- CRASH can only accept applications that relate to your buildings.
- Applicants must have a legal interest in the building, unless your application relates to requesting professional advice regarding a building you wish to lease or buy.
- Charities must own the freehold for the building or hold the Lease. CRASH cannot consider applications for leases that have less than five years to run.
Homelessness charities must also:
- be currently delivering, or will deliver, services to single homeless men and women over the age of 18; and
- be providing services for at least 4 days a week.
Hospice charities must also:
- own the freehold for the building or hold the Lease. CRASH cannot consider applications for leases that have ten years or less to run.
- deliver in-patient and or day services to people in need of end of life care.
Please note, CRASH cannot consider applications for hospice charity shops.
Priority will be given to applications that relate to delivering accommodation and day services.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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