Not for profit community groups in Corby that could do with a helping hand to fund their projects are being encouraged to step forward and apply for Corby Borough Council's Small and Health & Wellbeing Grants.
The Grants scheme could give out between up to £500 for Small Grants, £750 for Arts Grants and £2,000 for Health & Wellbeing Grants to cover such things as a community event/fun day, materials for use in your project, publicity materials including newsletters and flyers, venue hire, training or even a pilot project.
How does the Scheme work?
Once an application is submitted, it will be checked to see if it meets criteria and is fully completed.
Officers may contact the applicant for further information to support the application.
The application will then go forward to the Grants Committee for a decision to be made by Elected Councillors.
Applicants will be informed of the outcome.
If successful, applicants will need to sign a condition of grant to release payment and complete monitoring forms once the project has been completed.
How can people apply?
Please contact the Community Development Officers for a copy of the application form and criteria. These can be sent out via post or email.
How can I get more information or support?
If you have any queries or questions relating to the scheme, please contact the Community Development Officer on 01536 464144 or email Lyndsey.email@example.com
Deadline Dates & Grants Committee Dates:
- Grants Deadlines: 31st May, 10th August, 12th November 2018 & 12th February 2019
- Grants Committee: 27th June, 12th September, 12th December 2018 & 6th March 2019.
Applications must be received by 12noon on the given date to be considered.
Late or partially filled applications will not be considered.
Criteria - click here for more information.
Click on the title below for the Grant you are applying for:
For details of the agreed Core Organisations and Amounts click here for more information.
Links to other grants
- Link to Corby Voluntary Community Services (CVCS) website
- Information relating to grants is also available on the Gov.uk website
- Funding may also be available from the Big Lottery Fund