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The Gwent High Sheriffs' Community Fund

Communities, Educating & Young People, Health | Gwent

The Gwent High Sheriffs’ Community Fund aims to provide a safer and better quality of life for the people of Gwent by supporting community-based initiatives and projects that reduce crime and improve community safety. 

 

There is a particular emphasis on projects which aim to mentor and support young people across Gwent, however, the Fund will also consider initiatives which address broader community safety issues. 

 

This programme is CLOSED to applications

The next deadline for this fund is 31st January 2019.

  

Remember to always read the criteria in full before applying to any grant scheme to make sure your organisation and project is eligible.

Please note: if you are thinking of applying for the maximum grant amount, please ensure your project has a strong case for support with a coherent and fully justified cost breakdown. We recommend you contact our grants team on 02920 379580 to discuss an outline proposal prior to submission.


 

Have a look at how the participatory grant making event works