Made with Xara What Award Winners Have to Do 1. When granted, awards will often be paid directly to an organisation, such as a school or bookshop, rather than the applicant.  In that case the winner will need to see that the trustees have all the details of what is required, so that they can make the necessary arrangements.  2. If a payment is made directly to the applicant, then the trust may require receipts for the goods, services, tickets, etc. that the award was used for. 3. The trustees need to hear how the educational opportunity has worked out. There are a number of reasons for this. Firstly they want to know that the award has served its purpose. Secondly they want to learn from the experience of recipients. Thirdly, they would like to add reports, photos, etc. to this site to show future applicants how others have benefited from their awards.