Comic Relief Community Fund

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The Comic Relief Community Fund (England) is offering grants to grassroots community organisations with an income of less than £250,000. Funding is available to help you develop your organisation through a Capacity Building Grant or to deliver projects through a Project Delivery Grant. This new and exciting programme aims deliver long lasting community driven change and Groundwork will work closely with successful projects to gather learning from the programme to share widely.

There are two types of grants available to organisations whose work delivers on one of Comic Relief’s four strategic themes:

  • Children Survive & Thrive: projects that support children under the age of 5 to reach their potential and have the best start in life
  • Fighting for Gender Justice: projects that improve equality for women, girls and the LBTQI+ community and initiatives that help people affected by domestic violence, abuse or exploitation due to their gender
  • A Safe Place to Be: projects that support people who are rebuilding their lives because of homelessness or forced migration
  • Mental Health Matters: projects that support good mental health in communities, improve access to support and tackle stigma and discrimination

Funding is available to help you develop your organisation through a Capacity Building Grant or to deliver projects through a Project Delivery Grant. This new and exciting programme aims deliver long lasting community driven change and Groundwork will work closely with successful projects to gather learning from the programme to share widely.

Administration of the local funding is being managed by community charity, Groundwork, which specialises in transforming communities and the local environment for the better.

Two types of grants are available:

Capacity Building Grant – Grants up to £500
Project Delivery Grant – Grants up to £4000

For further information and to apply, visit: https://www.groundwork.org.uk/national-grants/comic-relief-community-grants/, or contact 0121 237 5800, or email: [email protected]

Applications can be submitted at any time.

courtesy of MACC Ebulletin 19 Sep 2019 – 15:56 by michelle.foster