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Yorkshire Common Application Form Online Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Carla Marshall
27:21
I will be sending out all the documents shared in the session later in the week once the final tweaks to the form and accompanying docs have been made.
Carla Marshall
35:40
FYI - The groups we consulted with said they would prefer to keep their relationship with each individual funder and would feel like they might lose control if their bid went into a portal and they didn't know who to follow up with.
Kauser Mukhtar JRHT
46:55
https://2027.org.uk/
Carla Marshall
49:21
In the Initiative document we will share after there are detailed instructions of how to do this.
Nitya Teagarajan(she/her) TNLCF
49:36
in terms of data protection/GDPR who's responsible for it now with the CAP?
Kat WDHCS
50:28
Could there be a field that asks for any social media account handles? In addition to the website field?
Carla Marshall
51:39
Will talk about GDPR - Each funder will have their own JotForm account and so the responsibility lies with them and each funder completes a short GDPR form.
Carla Marshall
52:35
Good idea about social media - let's discuss in a bit
Chloe Tanner - Children in Need
57:56
Is this a silly question, but are the plans for this just to be used in Yorkshire or is the idea/can the form be/are there hopes for it to be used beyond?
allison.carr
58:38
Have you found any formatting issues when completing and emailing the PDF in the web browser?
Nitya Teagarajan(she/her) TNLCF
59:39
CAP =Common Application Form
Nicky Smith - Community Support North Yorkshire
01:00:00
Does the form stop typing when you reach the word count for a question?
allison.carr
01:00:26
Is the information on Jot Form stored in the UK?
Jim Cooke, Funders Collaborative Hub/ACF
01:00:56
Did you consider making the form available as a Word doc instead of / as well as editable pdf?
Lydia Tither - BBC Children in Need
01:02:19
If funders can't utilise Dropform, is there a hope that they might be able to still utilise the wording or framing of these questions to retain some consistency for those applying for funding?
Lydia Tither - BBC CIN
01:07:16
*sorry I meant JotForm!
Jim Cooke, Funders Collaborative Hub/ACF
01:14:22
https://www.funderscollaborativehub.org.uk/collaborations
Chloe Tanner - Children in Need
01:15:05
Thanks Carla
Stefanie Underhill
01:17:15
Will the PDF be shared as a separate doc or is this downloaded through Jotform?
Kat WDHCS
01:18:23
Have we had feedback on this form from the VCSE sector?
Helen WDHCS
01:54:51
we use a guidance notes document. its a mixed bag - some will ring up and query something - which leads to a conversation and others do not read it at all.
Jen Rhodes Leeds City Council
01:56:12
It's not suitable for us but I think it's great
Rosie Hicks (she/her) National Lottery Heritage Fund
01:59:45
This has been a really interesting session and I think the form will be very useful for both funders and applicants. An additional benefit of this form could be building applicants confidence in filling out larger/more complex application forms for larger grants in future as there is a lot of cross over here with the information we require for NLHF grant applications.
Emma Redfern
02:01:12
Really interesting session and a great collaboration by all involved. Most of the grant funding I'm personally involved in is for larger amounts but happy to share with colleagues and see if there are opportunities to use it for smaller grant funds.
Helen WDHCS
02:01:42
I agree Rosie, anything that can help build applicants confidence in completing application forms also an excellent thing
Lydia Tither - BBC CIN
02:02:05
I've got to go but thank you so much for such a brilliant session and it's a fantastic tool you have created here
Uell Kennedy, Wharfedale Foundation
02:02:08
Very positive developmeny=t.
Nitya Teagarajan(she/her) TNLCF
02:02:09
great collaboration and initiative! Thanks for the session today. I have to leave now.
allison.carr
02:02:22
Thank you! Given me lots to think about
Sam Caldwell SYCF
02:02:25
Thanks Carla, thanks all
Uell Kennedy, Wharfedale Foundation
02:02:32
Thanks
Lydia Baldwin (she/her) LeedsCF
02:02:39
Thank you for a really informative session
Jim Cooke, Funders Collaborative Hub/ACF
02:02:45
thanks all and well done for great progress!
Rosie Hicks (she/her) National Lottery Heritage Fund
02:02:48
Thank you for a great session and for sharing all the work you have done so far
Roxanne Wood Two Ridings
02:02:48
Thanks, that was really interesting
Emma Redfern
02:02:49
Thank you
Elsa Ward. Calderdale Council
02:02:53
Thank you, really useful
Helen WDHCS
02:02:53
Thanks Richard, Kauser, Jane an carla
Chloe Tanner - Children in Need
02:02:55
Thank you