Frequently Asked Questions

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1) How do I get Involved?

The Exeter Foundation is a quick and easy process to get involved with. There are three ways to get involved which include:

*Give time

*Give Money

*Run an Event

By downloading the application form located under the ‘Get Involved’ tab, you must provide some basic details to get you started. The form can either be sent via email to enquiries@exeterfoundation.org.uk or alternatively sent to:

The Exeter Foundation

Sandy Park Stadium

Sandy Park Way

Exeter

Devon

EX2 7NN

2) Where can I send monies raised to?

Any money that is raised can be easily sent in three ways. This includes:

*Cheques

*Credit/ Debit Cards

*Bacs/ Electronic Bank Transfers

A full list of information regarding the payment process and address can be found under the ‘Get Involved’ tab followed by ‘Give Money’.

3) How do I apply for project funding?

Contact the Exeter Foundation at enquiries@exeterfoundation.org.uk

Once completed, an application pack will be sent to you with all the relevant information necessary to apply for project funding.

All applications for funding will be considered by the board of trustees at their quarterly meetings.

4) How do we become a registered charity for the foundation?

To become a registered charity for the Exeter Foundation is a quick and easy process. Download the registration form located under ‘Get Involved’ and provide as much information as possible. All charities for the foundation are chosen in June, ready for the upcoming September season.

5) Can anybody become a member?

Yes of course! Anybody can get involved with the Exeter Foundation. We are always looking for new members so please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

6) If I do get involved, what would my money be spent on?

There are two main areas to fundraising for the Exeter Foundation. Any collections raised at match days go directly into a central designated fund where the final amount collected is divided into shares. Each organisation receives the amount of shares relevant to the amount of collectors and frequency of collections that their organisation has assisted with over the season.

Any other money raised can be put towards upcoming local projects that are occurring around the city and its surrounding areas via application process. For any further information please see ‘How the Foundation works’ located under ‘About Us’.