Glossop Community Wellbeing Fund 21/22

Aims/priorities: The priorities of the Community Wellbeing Funds are to support VCFSE organisations based in Glossop to deliver services that:

  • will sustain or improve the wellbeing offer for communities in Glossop
  • tackle a genuine gap in provision in Glossop

The fund will be split into two tiers:

Small/Medium Grants (between £5,000 - £25,000)

This is aimed at place-based organisation to provide capacity to deliver new or existing projects/activities that will sustain or improve the wellbeing offer for their local community. Organisations can apply for projects of up to two years.

Funding for cross-area working (Up to £25,000)

This funding is to tackle poverty and equalities across Glossop. Projects/activities that tackles a genuine gap can be delivered in multiple areas across Glossop).

Working with local partners we have identified some of the issues and gaps within local communities and have only increased owing to the pandemic. We would encourage applications from groups and projects that work to address one of the following emerging themes:

  • Transport.
  • Autism and social communication disorders.
  • Support following bereavement/loss
  • Domestic abuse   
  • Mental health/wellbeing
  • Green wellbeing initiatives 
  • Hidden poverty. 

Organisations can apply for projects of up to two years.

Who can apply? To be eligible to apply, an organisation must be:

  • VCFSE organisations/groups who are constituted/have a written set of rules that constitute what they do (applicable to groups who are applying for over £1,000).
  • Based in Glossop

Grant amount: Organisations can apply for:

  • Small/Medium Grants (between £5,000 - £25,000)
  • Funding for cross-neighbourhood working (Up to £25,000)

Application process: You will need to complete a Stage 1 Online Form in the first instance. This should take no longer than 15 minutes. Please note that when completing the stage 1 online form you will need to have your constitution and financial account (e.g. bank statement or income and expenditures sheet) ready to upload. It must be completed in one go. If you log out part way through, your information cannot be retrieved, and you will need to start a new online form.

If you are eligible at this stage, the investments team will email you a Stage 2 application form for you to complete and email back.

The Glossop Neighbourhood Advisory Group, specifically formed to review grant applications in the Glossopdale area will meet to review your application.

You will then be informed of the decision by Action Together, 2 weeks after the panel meeting date.

Support in completing the application can be sought from The Bureau Community Development Lead and/or the Health and Wellbeing Manager.

We strongly recommend that you read the funding Guidance Notes before making an application.

Deadline: The funds will close once it has been exhausted.

Contact information: For more information please email funding@actiontogether.org.uk or tel Roma Hashim on 0161 339 2345.

Applicants: 
Organisations
Amount: 
£10,000.01 to £25,000
Status: 
Live
Structure: 
Charitable Company
CIC
CIO
Constituted Group
Partnerships and Consortiums
Registered Charity
Social Enterprise
Funding Theme: 
Community
Health and Wellbeing