Arrowhead Charitable Trust
The Arrowhead Charitable Trust will consider supporting initiatives that improve access to a diverse range of facilities including educational, health, recreational, retail services and transport. It will also support initiatives that improve the quality of public spaces in inner city, urban and per-urban residential environments, townships and high-density living areas.
The Arrowhead Charitable Trust has as its focus areas:
- Initiatives in inner city urban, peri-urban, township and high-density neighbourhoods that enable improvements in health, safety and social cohesion
- Initiatives in inner city urban, peri-urban, township and high-density neighbourhoods that improve access for residents to a diverse range of facilities including education, health, recreational and retail services, and
- Initiatives that improve the quality of public spaces in inner city urban, peri-urban, township and high-density residential environments, with particular emphasis on safety and cleanliness.
Applications are closed and will re-open in mid-2017.
- Proposals must be restricted to inner city urban, peri-urban, township and high-density neighbourhoods
- Given the current funding availability of the Trust, only short-term projects (i.e. those that can be completed in less than 12 months or will not require continued funding beyond 12 months) will be considered
- Although requests of any level will be considered, those requesting less than R500 000 are more likely to be successful
- Proposals must clearly relate to public benefit activities as outlined in Part I of the Ninth Schedule of the Income Tax Act, specifically those related to welfare and humanitarian, health care, education and development, and land and housing
Each proposal must include an explanation of:
- how the proposed activity will clearly contribute to an improved residential environment in terms of health, safety and/or social cohesion
- how the proposed activity will improve access for residents of inner-city urban, peri-urban, township and high-density neighborhoods to improved facilities such as education, health, recreational and retail services
- how the intervention will measure success and impact (provide specific indicators to track progress towards the goal)