Although there is no geographic restriction, the charity’s domicile in Cambridgeshire has some bearing on the choice of projects supported. We will consider applications by reference to our three general categories:
LET will make normal grants of up to £5,000.Occasionally, we may commit to two or more years funding and/or make larger grants.
Photograph courtesy of School Home Support.
The five trustees meet formally twice a year but applications may be progressed between trustee meetings. Any trustee may ask for an applicant to be shortlisted, otherwise the Chairman and the Secretary of the Trustees will shortlist applications for consideration at each trustees meeting. All applicants must provide standard information including details of the charity applicant, the funding sought, total project funding (if applicable), other funds raised to date, process to achieve efficient use of funding, the number of individuals directly benefitting and how benefit will be measured. One trustee will contact each shortlisted applicant in order to provide a recommendation to the trustees; one trustee will maintain a relationship with each successful applicant to monitor the value for money achieved.
In recent years we have been pleased to support, among others, School Home Support, Amantani UK, Swavesey Village College, Cambridge Science Centre, Build It International and the Outward Bound Trust.
Photo courtesy of Build It International.
The Secretary, The Lujenna Educational Trust, 59 Station Road, Swavesey, Cambridgeshire. CB24 4QJ.
The Lujenna Educational Trust
Charity Registration No: 1162635.
Registered Office: c/o Mills and Reeve, Botanic House, 100 Hills Road, Cambridge. CB2 1PH.