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Funding Month – Local Funder Resources

Thank you for attending Funding Month 2024; we hope the information received was helpful and contributes to your future success.

A Big Thank You

We would like to thank Community Matters Yorkshire for organising the national days and our local funders/officers who provided their valuable time and information for the local funder days.

 

Local Funders 11th and 12th March 2024

As promised, the presentations and links to contacts for local funding can be found below.

National Funders 19th and 20th March 2024

Community Matters will email you the slides relating to the talks you attended.

 

Help us shape the 2025 event.

We do value your feedback. These events are meant to be useful; if they are not, we want to know how to make them. Do you think we should plan longer sessions and opportunities for more exploration of partnership working? Would you like to see workshops in other areas related to funding included? Please do feedback via info@supportcambridgeshire.org.uk

 

Resources from local funder days 11th and 12th March 2024

Cambridge City Council 

Cambridgeshire Community Foundation

East Cambridgeshire Council

National Lottery Community Fund

South Cambridgeshire District Council

The Evelyn Trust

Huntingdonshire District Council

 

Huntingdonshire – Community Chest 2019/2020

Huntingdonshire District Council are now inviting applications for their Community Chest in 2019/2020.

Details of the chest and how to apply can be viewed here:

Online applications need to be submitted before close of play on the 30th June 2019.

The eligibility criteria is as follows:

The maximum amount for any one grant award shall be £2,500 or 75% of the total cost of the project for which financial assistance is requested, whichever is the lower amount.

No precepting authorities are eligible to apply to the Community Chest fund.

Organisations must be able to confirm that, if awarded a grant, the project can be delivered in the financial year the award is made (before the 31st March 2020).

Organisations should demonstrate how the project seeking funding is able to support the Council’s objectives of:- making Huntingdonshire a better place to live, to improve health and
well-being and support people to be the best they can be; and/or making Huntingdonshire a better place to work and invest and delivering new and appropriate housing.

The authority will not accept applications from community and voluntary organisations that are currently in receipt of funding from Huntingdonshire District Council.

Applications will not be accepted either directly or indirectly on behalf of individuals or commercial organisations.

Applications will only be accepted from organisations that are independent in that they have their own constitution/rules of operation and have their own bank account.

If you require  help with any aspect of your application please contact keith@huntsforum.org.uk