Info for Grantees

Keeping In Touch

When the MSE Charity makes a grant it is because we are genuinely interested in your organisation and we want to make a difference. As part of your grant terms & conditions, all grant holders are required to report back on the delivery and expenditure of their grant.  This is not only to monitor progress but to help us to determine how effective our grant making programme is, and to refine if necessary. 

If Something Changes

We understand that projects can sometimes change as they develop and that organisations may have to adapt to changes in circumstances.  If any significant changes happen to the project we are funding, or to your organisation (e.g. change of leadership, merger, premises move), or if the timescale of a project has changed, it is important that you contact us as soon as possible to let us know.  

We believe in having honest and open relationships with our grantees so please do contact us to discuss any project variations before they are implemented.  

Grant Fraud

The MSE Charity takes grant fraud very seriously as this diverts scarce resources and support away from legitimate charitable causes, and is potentially subject to criminal proceedings. Please read our Anti Fraud Policy Statement

Using the MSE Charity Logo

During the period of your grant, you may use the MSE Charity logo in various marketing communications relevant to the grant given.  For example in project resources, on social media or in your annual report. 

We do not permit organisations to use the MSE Charity logo on their letterhead. 

Our logo is available on request to grantees, please contact the Operations Manager at