CCTF provides two types of grant funding; Organisational Grants and Individual Welfare Grants. The Organisational Grant is available to voluntary and community organisations who deliver projects that benefit the Chalkhill Community. Welfare Grants are used to support Chalkhill residents who are suffering financial hardship or are in need of assistance in obtaining paid employment.
- Charitable Organisations 1operating locally, regionally or nationally providing activities and projects which benefit Chalkhill residents.
- Legal status of organisations include (but is not limited to:)
- Community Interest Companies
- Co-operative Societies
- Community Benefit Societies (previously Industrial & Provident Societies)
- Limited Companies
- Unincorporated Associations
Funding Limits for organisational grants are:
- Small Grant: £1,000 – £5,000
- Medium Grant: £5,000 – £10,000
- Large Grant: £10,000 – £20,000
Applications above the £20,000 limit may be considered at the Trustees discretion.
INDIVIDUAL WELFARE GRANT
- Applicants must be resident within the Chalkhill Neighbourhood
- Letter of support required from:
- Housing Officer
- Support Worker
- Financial Inclusion Officer
- Citizen’s Advice Bureau Advisor
- Employment Officer
- GP or Hospital Professional
- or any other equivalent advisor
The funding limit for Welfare Grants is £250. However, applications for up to £500 will be considered at the Trustees’ discretion.
CCTF will undertake due diligence to verify the validity of supporting documentation. To apply for a Welfare grant please collect an application form from Chalkhill Community Centre Reception, download from this web page or contact The Secretary of CCTF at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or call 07972 007 412.
The deadline for grant application in 2018 have now passed. The deadlines for the submission of grant applications in 2019 are –
- Friday 1st March 2019
- Friday 31st March 2019
- Friday 30th August 2019.
Here, for reference, is the list of recent recipients of Organisational Grants over the last few years.