ATC Grants Committee are actively seeking applications for Community Grants

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017
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ATC GRANTS COMMITTEE:

Are you a member of a local community group, registered charity, sports club, faith group or voluntary sector organisation? Are you looking for financial assistance to deliver a particular project or initiative? Then we would very much like to hear from you! Amersham Town Council is actively seeking Grants Application requests from any of the above for the ATC Grants Committee to consider this year. There are grants available to those that meet certain criteria set out in the ATC Grants Application Guidance Notes which can be found below. We invite grants requests from anywhere between £100 and £1500, although requests outside this band will be considered in exceptional circumstances. So why not get in touch! If you would like more details please call the office on 01494 434000 for more information.

The deadline for grants applications is Friday 24th November 2017

ATC Grant Application form

ATC Grant Application guidelines

ATC Grants Committee policy-for-awarding-grants-to-local-groups-and-organisations

 

 

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