Chiltern District Council Community Grant Aid Scheme 2016/17

Friday, April 8th, 2016
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 Chiltern District Council’s Community Awards scheme is now open to receive applications. The scheme offers funding of up to £2,000 to help support local voluntary groups deliver a range of services that add value and also enhance the quality of life for Chiltern residents. Submitted applications are required to support one or a combination of the key aims detailed below.

  • Develop and improve local services and facilities
  • Facilitate a thriving economy
  • Improve community engagement particularly with disadvantaged and hard to reach groups
  • Improve health and well-being
  • Improve community safety and reduce the fear of crime
  • Help create a greener and more sustainable environment

Full information about how to apply for the 2016/17 Chiltern District Council Community Grants Scheme can be found at http://www.chiltern.gov.uk/funding

or contact the Community Team on (01494) 732058 or email community@chiltern.gov.uk

Closing date for applications is 6th June 2016

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