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Wesleyan Foundation Small Grants Programme for Community Development in UK

Wesleyan Foundation Small Grants Programme for Community Development in UK


Deadline: 16-May-21

The Wesleyan Foundation’s Small Grants program is now open to support Community Development in Nottinghamshire, UK.

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Nottinghamshire Community Foundation (NCF) is an independent charity, set up to encourage philanthropy for the benefit of the people in Nottinghamshire. Their unique approach to philanthropy allows individuals and businesses to support their own specific local interests and causes and in doing so invest in the future of their community.

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Improved mental health including increased resilience
Strengthened sense of belonging and togetherness in local communities in light of growing divisions & hate crime
Increased wellbeing of older people recognising the challenges of an aging population and vulnerabilities in rural areas
Reduced homelessness and promotion of sustainable and suitable housing
Improved life chances for young people by addressing the challenges that affect young people, incl. poverty & knife crime culture.
Fund Aims

Grants will be considered from charities and constituted voluntary and community groups that focus on:

Education – Charities or projects that enhance learning and develop career opportunities.
Health – promoting health and wellbeing.
Social – provide local solutions to meet local needs, promote community cohesion and develop sustainable & supportive communities
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The maximum grant available is £2000 and should be completed within one year.
Assessments will take place in May/June with grants panel making decisions in June 2021.
Please note:

Grants can be made for a wide range of purposes including consumables, project or activity costs.
No more than 10% of the project costs can be assigned to core costs.
Your organisation’s income level must be less than £250,000, as shown in your most recent annual accounts.
Priority Area

Grants are available to groups based within the region covered by the Wesleyan network – applications are invited from groups based or delivering projects in Nottinghamshire.

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They will fund

Salary, equipment or volunteer costs that are clearly budgeted and only used for the project.
Start-up costs for a new project or organisation.
To extend or develop an existing project.
For pilot projects (to gather research or evidence)
Eligibility Criteria

You can apply to this fund if you are one of the following:

Proposal to create awareness and stand against Cyberbullying
Community Healthcare Services through Mobile Clinic
Groundwater Pollution and Integrated Water Management in Slums Areas in the City of Dar es Salaam
Solid Waste Management through Recycling and Reuse
Reducing Road Traffic Deaths and Injuries by Building Knowledge and Capacity of Youth
School Sanitation and Hygiene Education School Sanitation Support Project
Tackling Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture and Food Production in Nigeria
Restore Hope to HIV Positive Women through Modern Goat Rearing and Management
Increase Community Awareness on the Prevention and Spread of the COVID 19
Establish Elderly Support Multi Service Centers for the Support and Welfare of Senior Citizens
Biogas Project Proposal
Promotion of Sustainable Water Management of Urban Water Resources
Provide Family and Community Support for Orphaned Children
Enhancing Capacity of Women to prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence
Mobile Schools Proposal for Educating and Empowering Vulnerable Children

Registered Charities
Constituted Community Groups
Companies Limited by Guarantee with charitable aims
Community Interest Companies
Co-operatives – registered Community Benefit Societies and registered Industrial and Provident Societies
Social Enterprises
For more information, visit http://www.nottscf.org.uk/other/wesleyan-foundation-small-grants/

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