Grant Opportunities

Sevenoaks District Council welcoming for Community Grants Scheme – UK

Sevenoaks District Council welcoming for Community Grants Scheme – UK

Deadline: 13-Nov-20

The Sevenoaks District Council is encourages for its Community Grant scheme that exists to help voluntary organizations, which provide services, activities or projects that benefit Sevenoaks District residents, focusing on those in greatest need.

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Funding Information

The minimum applicants can apply for is £100. The most will award for any one application using application form is £500.
The minimum applicants can apply for is £501. The most will award for any one application using application form is £5,000.
The grant can be spent on project costs such as support for volunteers, equipment or premises hire. In addition, you can apply for core running costs that are commensurate with the project, service or activity applied.
Priority Areas

Cash Grants for NGOs to improve access to justice around the world
Foundation Grants of up to € 100,000 to increase people’s resilience to disasters
Cash Grants for NGOs to improve access to justice around the world
Foundation Grants of up to € 100,000 to increase people’s resilience to disasters
Volunteering:
Promote, encourage or support volunteers and volunteering as part of a project, service or activity.
Social Inclusion:
Improve opportunities for vulnerable or elderly people;
Encourage community participation of excluded or vulnerable groups;
Improve the wellbeing of local residents.
Community Safety:
Reduce crime or anti-social behaviour;
Information, Advice, Advocacy and Counselling;
Provide information, advice, advocacy or counselling to residents when they are in particular need.
Young People:
Projects, services and activities that encourage participation in local communities or provide positive activities or opportunities for young people.
Funding Schemes
Community Grants up to £500;
Community Grants between £501 to £5,000.
Eligibility Criteria

Applicants can apply if deliver services to Sevenoaks District residents in one or more parishes and are one of the following:
“Not for profit” registered charity;
Youth organization;
Voluntary organization;
Community Interest Company.
If applicant’s organization works with children, young people or vulnerable adults, should have a Safeguarding Policy and staff and volunteers must have enhanced level Disclosure & Barring Service checks and appropriate training.
The main conditions include:
organization has a constitution;
organization has a bank account with at least two authorized signatories;
organization has an equalities policy in place and is prepared to sign Equalities Statement;
all appropriate legal agreements, insurances and processes needed to deliver the project are in place, including safeguarding arrangements for children and vulnerable adults;
any grant are awarded will be used only for the project set out in applicants application and will be ring-fenced to help Sevenoaks District residents. It must not be used for any other purpose;
will be required to submit monitoring for project with supporting evidence;
all publicity materials and annual reports must acknowledge our support;
organization can only submit one application in any financial year;
any grant unspent at the year end will be refunded to Sevenoaks District Council.
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