Grantee church downloads

 

Congratulations on receiving a grant from the National Churches Trust for your project.

As a grantee church, chapel or meeting house you have access to this page, designed to help you publicise and promote both your grant and your project in general. There is also some information which may help you enhance the work you are doing.

 

Social Media

We make increasing use of social media to post information about churches, so please connect with us in this way. If you have access to the Internet and use Facebook or Twitter please ‘like’ or ‘follow’ the Trust.

Our Twitter address is @NatChurchTrust, our Instagram account is @nationalchurchestrust, and our Facebook page is www.facebook.com/nationalchurchestrust

 

Posters

You should have received two posters in your recent publicity pack, one A3 poster and one A4 laminated poster. You can display these inside or outside your church to show that you have received a NCT grant. If you would like more posters, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

 

Press release, newsletter, website

Please find below the guidance sent out with your grant offer. You can download it again to share with others, or use it to copy and paste the text into any publicity you produce.

Also below are the press releases we send out about the grants we have given, you may be able to use some of the content and quotes for your own press releases.

Press release template

Newsletter and website guidance

 

Friends

We ask that you try to find at least three members of the congregation or your wider local community to join the National Churches Trust for a minimum of three years. This costs £30 per year per person by direct debit. If you need extra Grantee Church Friends membership forms you can download the form here and print it off.

 

Support & advice

Please also find below the support and advice documents sent to you with your grant offer, in case you need to print them for reference or sharing.

Advice on sources of funding for 'Repair' projects

Advice on sources of funding for 'Community' building projects