SMPC’s Community Grant Fund is open
The Council regularly supports community-based initiatives, such as Handybus, Burghfield and Mortimer Volunteer Bureau and the Tadley based Citizens Advice. The purpose of the Community Grant Fund is to provide financial support for charity, voluntary and non-commercial organisations which do not routinely seek assistance from the Council, but which support initiatives for the benefit of the Parish and/or its inhabitants.
Organisations will be able to apply for funding during the month of September. Applications will be limited to £1,500 but organisations can seek match funding using platforms such as The Good Exchange.
Once eligibility has been confirmed, all applications meeting the criteria will be considered at the November meeting of the Full Council with successful applicants being announced in December.
If any money remains in the Community Grant Fund reserve, which currently stands at £10,000, after the first funding round, a further application process will follow later.
The Council’s Community Grant Fund Policy provides further information regarding the criteria and process and may be found at https://www.stratfield-mortimer.gov.uk/what-we-do/community-grant-fund (opens in new window)
Application forms are available:
- online under Related Documents on the Community Grant Fund section of the Council’s website https://www.stratfield-mortimer.gov.uk/what-we-do/community-grant-fund (opens in new window)
- or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (opens in new window)
Applications must be with the parish council office by end of Friday, 30th September 2022.