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Funding to develop your organisation

This fund offers up to £10,000 to support the development of groups and projects which offer preventative, community-based services. The fund aims to help communities to build capacity, in order to empower and encourage self-help resulting in a reduction in reliance on Council and other public services. Eligible organisations who are keen to develop their organisation both in terms of increasing capacity/reach and/or providing new opportunities for communities will be able to apply for funding to assist with developing community based projects and activities.

How to apply

It is important that you read the guidance document for this grant, this gives you all the information you need to decide whether this is the right grant for you and will help you to ensure that your application is eligible. Tips for completing your application are also available to help you fill in your application form.

Applications can be submitted at any time by emailing grant.applications@telford.gov.uk.

If you are successful in your application you will be asked to complete a short monitoring form to tell us about the difference the grant has made. You will also be provided with guidance on communications to give you ideas on how you can let people know about your project. 

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Visit the Imagine Foundation website

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Visit the Lloyds Bank Foundation website

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Visit the Morrisons Foundation website

A variety of grants including supporting disadvantaged young people transition to adulthood, migration and integration, arts based learning, access and participation and nurturing ideas and people.

Visit the Paul Hamlyn Foundation website

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Visit the Porticus website

Supporting the start up, development and sustainability of community businesses.

Visit the Power to Change website

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Visit the Shackleton Foundation website

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Visit the Skipton Charitable Foundation website

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Visit the Dunhill Medical Trust website

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Visit The Fore Trust website

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Visit The Tudor Trust website

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