The Veolia Environmental Trust has reopened to applications with a new process that streamlines applications. Not-for-profit organisations with environmental or community-based projects in the United Kingdom can apply. Grants of up to £75,000 are available for projects located within five miles of a Veolia Environmental Services facility. Match funding of at least 25% is required.
Funding is still available from The Healthy Lives, Healthy Futures Fund. The Fund has been provided by NHS Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group to support local initiatives that aim to improve health and reduce health inequalities for the residents of Rushcliffe.
Through the Rushcliffe Health Partnership we are now inviting local groups and organisations to put forward proposals for projects that will take creative approaches to improving health locally. A maximum of £2,000 can be applied for per project. Successful projects will promote health and well-being by identifying and addressing inequalities in health or the factors that cause ill-health.
The West Bridgford Rotary Club Community Fund has been established to provide
help and support to local community groups, schools and individuals. It is intended that any grant will help:
The group, school or individual must be resident or based in West Bridgford, Edwalton, Gamston, Lady Bay or the Meadows.