CRASH assists homelessness charities and hospices with construction related projects.
We do this by offering:
1) Professional expertise, CRASH can assist by offering free of charge professional expertise and advice sourced from our Patron companies to help you develop your project. This can include a number of professions and areas of specialism within the industry – from architects, quantity surveyors, project managers to specialist engineers. The earlier you involve us the more we are likely to be able to contribute.
2) Building materials free of charge from our Patron or supporting suppliers
3) Cash Grants CRASH give small cash grants, ranging from £5,000 – £50,000. It is important to us that we enhance any cash grant by contributing in the other ways described above, but we also understand that there will be some cases where charities need a small amount of funds to help them complete a discrete job within their building. We work collaboratively with charities on all of the projects we support.
If you are a homelessness charity or a hospice charity and would like assistance with your building project please call CRASH to discuss your project. Contact: Claire English, Projects and Resources Manager on 0208 742 0717.
Please click here to see examples of some recent projects which CRASH has supported .
CRASH supports building projects for Homelessness Charities and Hospices in the UK.
Charity status: Your organisation must be a registered UK charity with the Charity Commission in England, Wales or Northern Ireland or a registered Scottish Charity.
Legal Hold: Your charity must have a legal interest in the building in question, unless your application is relating to professional advice regarding a building you are considering leasing or buying.
Homelessness Charities are eligible for support if they own the Freehold on the building, or have a lease with a minimum of 5 years left to run.
Hospices are eligible for support if they own the Freehold on the building, or have a lease with a minimum of 10 years left to run.
Use: The building is used to deliver services to single homeless men and women over the age of 18, or to provide Hospice Care for people of all ages.
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