Communities Together

Communities Together

 
Are you working to boost the community spirit in your neighbourhood? Do you have ideas for creating a community garden, starting an arts festival, tackling loneliness amongst old people, boosting health and fitness or cleaning up the streets where you live? If so, you could qualify for a grant from our Communities Together programme.

The Communities Together grants programme has two grant streams. Please ensure you apply for the most appropriate stream for your project, see our Grant Making Policy for full details of the criteria. Grants are available for groups including charities, voluntary groups, schools, colleges, local authorities and Community Interest Companies working in Ealing, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Slough, Spelthorne, Richmond, Runnymede, South Bucks, or Windsor & Maidenhead.

Communities Together Small provides funding of up to £5,000 for one year. Communities Together Small has two rounds in 2023. Round 1 opens on 3rd January and closes on 28th February. Round 2 opens on 1st August and closes on 3rd October. Each round closes at 10am on the closing date.

Please note, for applications to Small Round 1 the project must NOT start before the Board decision date of 10th April 2023.  For applications to Small Round 2, the project mut NOT start before the board decision date of 23rd November.

Communities Together Large provides grants of up to £15,000 for one year. Communities Together Large has one round in 2023, opening on 28th March and closing on 30th May. Applications close at 10am on the closing date. Please note, for applications to Large Round 1 the project must NOT start before the board decision date of 17th July.  


 

Our Barn - Heathrow Community Trust

To see an example of a project funded through our Communities Together programme view this short film.

 
The Communities Together Large Grant Programme

The Communities Together Large Grant Programme has been set up to help groups working in Ealing, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Slough, Spelthorne, Richmond, Runnymede, South Bucks, or Windsor & Maidenhead, to run projects focused on bringing communities together – with a particular emphasis on organisations working with adults 25+. This grant programme is currently still on hold.