£30,000 Seacombe Community Grant fund: Available now!!

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Seacombe Community Can is an exciting new project being led by the Seacombe Community Parents Forum, in partnership with Seacombe Children’s Centre and Capacity (https://capacitylab.co.uk/). It is being generously funded by The Tudor Trust (https://tudortrust.org.uk/https://tudortrust.org.uk/).

The project aims to test out very local, community-led decision making about what families need to support them to thrive. Don’t worry if you aren’t a registered charity – this money is available to local people who have great ideas to support their community!

Grassroots local community groups can apply for grants up to £2,000 for activities or experiences in Seacombe which will have a lasting impact on their community, creating great relationships now and in the future.

  • Decisions about what to fund will be made by a panel made up of local people
  • If successful you’ll know within 72 hours and the money will be in the bank within 10 working days of applying so that activities can get started straight away!
  • Applying for the grant is super quick and easy! The application form can be found attached to this email or apply via this online link.

Please share this with your networks in the Seacombe area, applications will continue to be received until the grant fund is spent!

For further information you can contact the Seacombe Community Champion, Hayley on 07500193051 or email conversations@capacitylab.co.uk. Hayley is based at Seacombe Children’s Centre and works on Wednesdays. If you need any assistance in your application, or if you’re from Seacombe and would like to nominate a local community group for this grant, please don’t hesitate to get in touch

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