Grant Program to improve Family Farm Businesses & Quality of Rural Life (UK)
The Prince’s Countryside Fund is seeking applications for its Grant Program to improve the prospects of family farm businesses and the quality of rural life.
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Through partnerships and events such as National Countryside Week, they celebrate and promote the value of the countryside. Projects from all across the UK are invited to apply for this funding.
Their vision is of a confident, robust and sustainable agricultural and rural community which is universally appreciated for its vital contribution to their British way of life and fit to support future generations.
Supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery locally-focused, legally-constituted not-for-profit organizations can apply for one year of grant funding from the Fund.
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Grants of up to £10,000 available for projects from across the UK which are working to create resilient rural communities.
Who can apply?
Projects from all across the UK are invited to apply for this funding.
Charities, Community Benefit Societies, Community Interest Companies, Companies limited by Guarantee, Not for Profit Organizations, Social Enterprises, Unincorporated Associations (the list is not exhaustive).
What can’t they fund?
They cannot fund the following types of projects:
Capital funding for the purchase of buildings, land or for a major renovation.
Planning permission, surveys or feasibility studies.
Retrospective applications (where the project has already begun and money spent in anticipation of receiving funding).
Projects which do not demonstrate sufficient public benefit and in which private benefit is more than incidental.
How to Apply
Please click the link mentioned on their website to download the application form.
This is a word document: please remember to save this on your own device whilst in the process of completing it.
Once completed, please email the document to them.
Applications close on November 3rd 2020 at midday, but if a large number of eligible applications are received the Fund reserves the right to close the round earlier.
Projects are advised to apply early.
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