Burngreave Small Grants Fund

Information supplied by the Burngreave Small Grants Team

Get involved with your community…

Do you or your organisation have a new idea that would benefit local residents – would a small grant help to make it happen?

Organisations can apply for a grant of up to £5000 and individuals and groups can also benefit with grants of up to £500. Social and sporting activities are eligible for up to £500.

Examples of what we fund are…

  • Activities for children or young people

  • Trips for local residents

  • Education and courses

  • Healthy eating or exercise initiatives

  • Environmental improvements

  • Equipment for local groups

And much more!

Your applications will be considered as long as the people who benefit are residents of the Burngreave New Deal Area.

The Grants Panel meets in the last week of every month; application deadlines are two weeks before. Contact the grants team for more information.

For an application pack:

Phone the Grants Team (Val and Chris) on: 292 2905

Or download a pack from our website: http://www.bndfc.co.uk/projects/smallgrants

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