Sanctuary Housing Grand Ideas Fund

Grants available for: projects that will make a positive difference to the lives of Sanctuary Housing residents and their communities.
Size of grants given: Up to £1,000
No deadlines.

Aims of Fund

Projects should address at least one of the following themes:

  • Employment, education, skills and training – to support residents in developing skills and accessing training opportunities in order to enter into, and sustain, employment.
  • Health and well-being – to support residents to live happy, healthy and fulfilled lives, with access to the care and support services they need.
  • Community safety and infrastructure – to ensure that communities are safe places to live and are equipped with the infrastructure they need to shape their aims and aspirations.
  • Environment – to make neighbourhoods greener and cleaner places in which to live and to assist residents to live more sustainable lifestyles.
  • Financial inclusion – to ensure that everyone is able to access the basic financial services products that are needed to participate in a modern society.

The main focus of the activity must mainly benefit Sanctuary Housing residents, have a community focus and be open to, and inclusive of, all.

Who can apply

Charities, community groups, residents associations, voluntary organisations, schools and statutory organisations may apply.

Organisations must be working in the interest of Sanctuary Housing residents. They must have a constitution, bank account and equalities policy.

How much and what can you apply for

Up to £1,000

How to apply

Complete an online application form.

Deadlines for application

No deadlines. Applications are assessed on the first working day of the month following the receipt of the application. You should hear within about 6 weeks of submitting an application.

Contact details

01905 335 411
community@sanctuary-housing.co.uk
www.sanctuary-housing.co.uk/about-the-grand-ideas-fund

Page updated 2/11/18 RR

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