Computershare Loan Services is the UK's largest third-party administrator of mortgages. As a result, we've helped thousands of people manage their finances better and overcome financial problems and reduce their debt.
However, with over £67 billion of loans under our management, we have seen first-hand that most financial difficulties begin a long time before we are able to help.
We have seen that a better understanding of money and how to manage personal finances would help thousands of people avoid problems – or reduce them when they occur.
We have also seen that timely and informed support can help people recover from difficulty more quickly and more permanently.
As a result, we have created a Charity Donations Fund to help support good causes that seek to address financial difficulty.
How the Fund works
Every quarter we donate up to £5,000 to worthy causes relating to financial difficulty. Our committee meets quarterly to review applications from charities and decide how best to allocate awards. The committee judges applicants against our submission criteria and evaluates how well each applicant best fulfils the aims of the Computershare Loan Services Charity Donations Fund.
We welcome submissions from any charities focusing on issues related to financial difficulty. If you've been unsuccessful with a previous submission, please don't be discouraged – we'd love to hear from you again.
In order to qualify for consideration in any quarter, you should apply before the closing date:
|Q4||1 September||31 October|
|Q1||1 December||31 January|
|Q2||1 March||30 April|
|Q3||1 June||31 July|
See more details about how to apply below. We will not provide any funding for the following:
- General area improvements, without specific objectives reported
- Marketing or promotion of a particular charity
- Religious charities
- Research projects
- Charity attendance at events
- Office equipment (e.g. furnishings, electronics)
- Travel and subsistence
Who can apply?
If you want to apply for funding from our Charity Donations Fund you must meet the following criteria:
- Your charity must be working within the UK
- Your charity must be registered and be able to provide a UK charity registration number
- Your charity should look to provide support for any kind of financial difficulty and should aim to provide benefits in the long term, not just the short term
- Before you apply, please read our Terms and Conditions as these contain more detail about our eligibility criteria, and by following them you'll increase your chances of receiving an award
How to apply
Does your charity meet our criteria? If so, please apply! You need to complete our online application form and attach it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, applications can be sent by post to the following address:
C/o Joe Williams
Please note we expect to receive a high volume of requests throughout the year and therefore will not be able to respond to every application.