EYAQ: ‘Living Adventurously’ Grant Application Form

‘Living Adventurously’ Grants are made to those who are closely connected with the Religious Society of Friends in Britain and are aged 18-35, to support them in the work they feel led to do as part of their Quaker witness, which is otherwise not possible due to financial constraints. This service might take the form of volunteering, whether in the UK or abroad, or other forms of Quaker witness. Applications for Living Adventurously grants will be considered once every 3 months. Please read the Guidance Notes before completing this Application Form.

  • Contact Details

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  • This could be a local or area meeting, Young Friends General Meeting (YFGM), a local young adult worship group, an annual Quaker event (as attender or volunteer for Children and Young People’s events), European and Middle Eastern Young Friends (EMEYF), or other Quaker group that you consider to be your worshipping community. If you do not consider yourself to be a part of one of these groups, please give examples of how you have been involved with Quakers in Britain.
  • You may not feel able to ask your local or area meeting for help, particularly if you do not view it as your main Quaker community. You do not need to approach them for help before applying for a Living Adventurously Grant, but if you haven’t done so, you just need to briefly outline why this is. We ask this question as some people may not be aware of it as a potential source of help, and to ensure that such funds are accessed where possible.
  • Your Proposal

  • This section should be between 750-1000 words in total • How does this proposal relate to your Quaker witness? • How will it benefit your local or national Quaker community or wider society? • Will it meet all the expenses involved? If you have other sources of funding, please give details • Please outline how you have established that the direction you have chosen to take is Spirit-led, and please indicate who has helped with the discernment process.
  • Please outline the expenses and give details.
  • Eligibility

  • Supporting Friend

    A supporting Friend should provide a statement (around 250 words) confirming your eligibility for this grant. Please include this statement with your application and provide contact details for this Friend below. Please make sure you have their permission to share this personal data with us.
  • Reporting

  • Bank Details

  • Personal Data Consent

    We collect data on this form for the purpose of processing grant applications. We will only ask for personal data which is limited and relevant to the administration of the grant. This data will be held securely and will not be shared with any third parties without your notification and consent if required. We will not transfer this data outside the EEA. We will retain this data for a period of six years in compliance with financial best practice under the Limitations Act (1980). Grant decisions may be minuted by a committee. These minutes will be retained permanently under BYM retention policy for historical purposes. Where minutes contain sensitive personal data they will remain closed to the public for 100 years. Britain Yearly Meeting is the Data Controller. Should you wish to access the data we hold on you, please contact BYM Data Protection group dataprotection@quaker.org.uk. Should you wish to complain about our processing of your data, please contact: www.ico.org.uk.