Falkirk Council - Community Grant Scheme

Summary

The Community Grant Scheme supports the Third Sector (community, voluntary and non-profit-sharing organisations) to deliver projects that make a positive difference to communities across the Falkirk Council area. It supports projects that: develop a thriving, sustainable and vibrant economy; improve health, safety and well being of our citizens and communities; tackle disadvantage and discrimination; and enhance and sustain an environment in which people want to live, work and visit.


Fund details

Status:
Open
Type:
Grant
Source:
Statutory
When to apply:
Apply at any time.
Next deadline:
No deadline date
Charities only:
No
Website:
http://www.falkirk.gov.uk/services/people-communities/funding/community-grants.aspx
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
01324 506 065
How to apply
The application form and guidance can be downloaded from the website. A decision is made within eight weeks of receiving your completed application.
Exclusions
This fund lists a large number of exclusions: check the website for details.

Fund award sizes

Minimum:
No minimum provided
Maximum:
£5,000
Average:
£1,278
Annually awarded:
£88,165
Notes on award amounts:
No notes on award amounts

Organisation

Name:
Falkirk Council
Website:
http://www.falkirk.gov.uk/
Email:
No funder email address
Phone:
01324 506 070
Address:
Municipal Buildings West Bridge Street, , Falkirk, FK1 5RS


Geographical Areas

  • Falkirk

Activities

  • Arts and Cultural Activities
  • Befriending and mentoring
  • Citizenship and community involvement
  • Community and capacity building
  • Community development and regeneration
  • Community facilities
  • Community safety
  • Community transport
  • Environmental Projects
  • General charitable activities
  • Health and social care
  • Mental health care
  • Organised Sport
  • Recreation and social activities

Beneficiaries

  • Black and minority ethnic communities
  • Economically/socially disadvantaged
  • Isolated socially
  • LGBT
  • Living in poverty
  • Men
  • Mental health conditions
  • Older people
  • People affected by ill-health
  • People with disabilities
  • People with learning disabilities
  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with sensory impairments
  • The local community
  • Volunteers
  • Women
  • Young people