Neil Smith Good Food Grants

Grants available for: small food projects, that benefit the community
Size of grants given: between £200 and £850
Next deadline: tbc (likely to be in March 2020)

Aims of Fund

The fund aims to award community projects working to improve the health, skills and confidence of local residents through healthy eating, increased cookery skills and food growing. They want to see projects that bring people together, celebrate food and support the city’s most vulnerable residents.

Who can apply

The 2020 round will give priority to projects from groups working with families and children. More details will be added when the guidance is published.

How much and what can you apply for

The maximum grant size is £850; £200 is the minimum. Groups can only apply for funding for one project.

They are particularly keen to fund projects that link up different parts of the food system – for example healthy eating and growing or food waste reduction and cookery.

How to apply

Download the guidance and application form from the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership website.

Return your application by email to

Deadlines for application

Next deadline will be in 2020

Contact details

Helen Starr-Keddle on or 07850 002596

Date & initials

15/3/19 DA

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