THE TRUSTEES WILL NO LONGER CONSIDER APPEALS WHERE BASIC INFORMATION
are usually held on the second Thursday of each month and applications
must reach the Secretary before the Tuesday of that
regular meetings have been suspended, they will review the appeals
on a monthly basis as before and you should ensure that this
reaches us by the second Tuesday of the month in which it is
to be considered.
There may be delays and we ask you to be patient and understanding
at this time.
Trustees may also find it necessary to change their views on
the priority of requests. We hope to keep our web site up to
date so please visit the site before making an appeal and if
appropriate send a brief e-mail before submitting a full application.
click here to download our 2018 (Word docx) Policy
Statement and Privacy
FORMS CAN BE DOWNLOADED
FROM THIS SITE BUT NOT COMPLETED ONLINE -
PLEASE SCAN AND ATTACH COMPLETED FORMS BY EMAIL
Please ensure that you quote either the applicant’s age
or date of birth. Please
also total the income and expenditure columns and comment on
any surplus or shortfall and abnormal amounts
It will help if you
can advise the payees name for our cheque. It cannot be the
points are not covered the appeal may be delayed.
We are facing numerous
appeals to carpet multi rooms. As a small charity we are unable
to consider carpeting more than one room - this must be the
most essential room and dimensions and a quote must be given
to include cost per sq mtr/yd .
We will however consider
more than one room if the appeal can be justified but each room
must be specified and priced accordingly. We may reduce the
award however to one room.
All goods are supplied
without responsibility of the Trustees or Officials of the Mother
Humber Memorial Fund.
The beneficiaries must check any recall notices which manufacturers
may from time to time issue.
Tumble Dryers - In view of the continuing concerns regarding
the safety of these items and the high running costs we will
not consider appeals for Tumble Dryers until further notice
for beds must state type, size and price together with name
of proposed supplier.
Appeals for ‘special sized or orthopaedic’ beds
must be accompanied by written support from a practitioner.