NFRC Charitable Trust Equality Policy
The NFRC Charitable Trust is committed to farness, equal opportunities and will not discriminate or tolerate discrimination on grounds of sex, race, ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marital status or age or other grounds of discrimination not prohibited by legislation.
The NFRC Charitable Trust will develop and provide services that are accessible, appropriate and delivered fairly to all. The charity will not make decisions that are either directly or indirectly discriminatory. All grant applications will be considered solely on merit.
Complaints of discrimination
The NFRC Charitable Trust will treat seriously all complaints of unlawful discrimination on any forbidden grounds made by trustees, applicants and other third parties and will take action where appropriate.
All complaints will be investigated in accordance with the charity’s complaints procedure as appropriate and the complainant will be informed of the outcome in line with these procedures.
We will monitor the number and outcomes of complaints of discrimination made by trustees, applicants and other third parties.
Please set out your complaint in writing to:
NFRC Charitable Trust
31 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2DY