Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust can offer five bursaries of up to £100 to attend cervical cancer prevention in BME communities event. If you would like to apply for a bursary please download the application form and return it to us by the 16 June 2014.
Bursary Scheme - Eligibility Criteria
Applications will be considered for eligibility by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. Applications which meet the eligibility criteria will be selected for a bursary at random. The final decision will primarily be based on the size, income and staffing of the organisation as well as demonstrating the benefits through attending.
Terms and Conditions
The bursary package for the 2014 BME event covers travel costs up to £100.
No cash alternative will be offered.
The bursary package does not cover accommodation.
The bursary package does not cover meals/refreshments, other than those provided at the event as part of the delegate place.
The bursary scheme is open to all relevant UK registered charities or voluntary organisations who as part of their work have a remit of working with and improving health care amongst BME communities.
One fully completed application per organisation only will be accepted.
Deadline for applications is 5pm 16 June 2014. Applications received after this date will not be considered.
Applications will be assessed for eligibility by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust.
Applications which meet the eligibility criteria will be selected for a bursary at random.
Successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified as soon as possible after the closing date. Once the place has been accepted the delegate will be registered for the conference by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust.
Repayment of travel costs to successful applicants will only be paid on receipt of original travel receipts.
Bursary scheme recipients who are unable to attend the conference must inform Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust as soon as possible so that the place can be offered to another applicant.
Feedback on the bursary scheme may be required after the conference.