Cost of living warm spaces / Cambridge City / Closing unknown

Grants available: up to £1000

Deadline to apply: Applications remain open until further notice.

Who is it for? The funding is for small projects and will support warm spaces, community meals or other local, community led initiatives that will make a real difference in tackling the health harms caused by cost of living crisis this winter.

District: Cambridge City district

About the grants: Communities across Cambridge have a difficult winter ahead, with the ongoing cost of living rises and new energy cap, there is a real possibility that households in Cambridge may come to harm due to the reality of choosing to eat or heat their homes.

These micro-grants of up to £1000 can help fund small projects and local community solutions. Projects such as providing warm spaces or community meals, or other local, community led initiatives that tackle isolation and the health harms caused by the cost of living crisis this winter and build community connections.

The projects must meet these minimum requirements:

  • Be deliverable between October 2022-end of March 2023
  • Make a difference to those most at risk / those struggling due to the cost of living crisis
  • Be delivered within Cambridge City district boundary
  • Prevent potential health harms

The fund is simple to apply for, express your interest using this online form  and someone will be in touch within 10 working days.

For more information contact: community.resilience@cambridge.gov.uk

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