Small Grants Scheme in the UK
The Live Here Love Here is seeking applications for its Small Grants Scheme to provide support to volunteer projects that:
Contribute to the development of civic pride within a community with a focus on environmental improvement.
Encourage actions and projects that enable Pollution Solutions, Biodiversity Recovery and Climate Action.
Enhance the environmental management of a local area.
Improve the health and wellbeing of communities whilst helping to improve and/or maintain public spaces.
Improve the quality of their local environment by reducing littering and dog fouling through community Action.
Support environmentally focused actions that help support people impacted through reduced contact with society.
Grants are available between £500 – £3000. Average value of grants awarded is £1200.
What type of projects will the Small Grant Scheme fund?
Development of shared spaces such as alleys.
Community food growing initiatives.
Skill sharing in horticulture and community growing.
Projects that tackle litter issues and dog fouling.
The Small Grants Scheme is open to:
Community & Voluntary groups (including unconstituted groups)
Sports clubs, churches and youth groups
Not for profit organisations
School and third level education organisations (note, the School Pollinator Garden grants are currently open with grants between £3,000-£12,000)
Applications are particularly welcome from grassroots groups who have not previously received support through the Live Here love Here Small Grants Scheme.
Funding is only available in the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area to projects located in Northern Ireland Housing Executive areas.
For more information, visit https://www.liveherelovehere.org/cgi-bin/generic?instanceID=44