Applying for FCM Major and Small Revenue grants

FCM accepts applications for Capital funding and [limited] revenue funding. The vast majority of awards made in recent years have been for endowments towards choristerships, layclerkships, chorister hardship or music lesson funds. Although a small number of items of equipment have been funded, these have tended to be the exception. This list should not be considered exhaustive and FCM welcomes innovative ideas as long as they comply with the general requirement that any funds awarded are used either to buy a capital item or are invested and the income thereby generated is used for a specific purpose.

Click here to read more about applying for a FCM major grants

With effect from September 2017, FCM is introducing a new category of grants, small revenue grants of up to £5,000.  The funds are provided by FCM’s Diamond Fund for Choristers from public donations and are for the exclusive benefit of choristers.

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