Community and voluntary groups looking for financial support will be able to apply to Nottinghamshire County Council for Grant Aid funding from Monday 13 October 2014.
Grant Aid is a discretionary financial contribution awarded by Nottinghamshire County Council, to support the delivery of non-statutory services that contribute to the Council’s strategic priorities
Three year grants are available offering a minimum of £500 per annum in financial support. Awards will be subject to annual review as part of the Council’s budget considerations.
Applications close on Monday 1 December 2014.
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Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service can fund charitable, voluntary sector and social housing provider projects which help to provide stronger and safer communities within Nottinghamshire. Successful projects will be linked in to what the Fire Service promotes within the community e.g fire safety, prevention, fire education & awareness. Previous projects that have been successful include; Young persons diversionary activities with specific fire related outcomes, events for fire safety education, community safety for vulnerable and hard to reach groups & crime / fire reduction projects.
They are especially interested in supporting new innovative community projects that address fire prevention issues amongast the most vulnerable groups of people, particularly:
The deadline has passed for this year’s applications but you can apply again next year.
Download information about this year’s and next year’s deadlines
Download the criteria for the fund here
Download an application form for 2014 - 2015 here
Download an application form for 2015 - 2016 here
The Rushcliffe Community Partnership Grant – Minding the Gaps
Nottinghamshire County Councillors’ Division Fund
This fund gives every County Councillor £10,000 per year to spend on projects, people and organisations in their areas. Contact us for more information or contact your County Councillor directly.