Moss Family Fund
The Moss Family Fund is a tribute fund created in memory of Alan and Addie Moss to help voluntary organisations, community groups and small charities based in and/or serving the communities of Ryedale District.
Alan and Addie were generous supporters of a wide range of community activities.
So far it has supported the arts, people with mental health difficulties, music projects and carers
Size of grants
Grants available from £250 – £1,000
Who can apply?
Please read our ‘How to Apply’ page for information on general eligibility.
How to apply?
Before applying, please read the Guidance Notes for this grant scheme carefully.
Applications are only considered complete when all supporting documentation has been received either attached to the online application or posted to the office as paper copies.
When to apply?
Awards from this fund are made on an ongoing basis – there is no deadline. We aim to make decisions within 8-10 weeks of receiving a completed application.
We regret to advise that due to the current Coronavirus crisis in the United Kingdom, with the support of our funders and donors we are putting on hold the processing of grants that are not directly related to projects seeking to alleviate the effects of this crisis on the community, to mitigate the effects of the crisis on local voluntary sector groups or work related to flood recovery.
For details of the Coronavirus Community Fund and to make an application if the above applies to your group, please click here to see the details. We are positively encouraging groups to apply to us for support during this period and putting on hold other grant making allows us to prioritise this work.
For other, non-priority funds you may continue to complete an application and we will be in touch when our usual grant making programmes recommence. At present we do not know when this will be but we will keep this under review.
If you would like any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org