Funding for local community groups now available from Leabridge Ward Community First Panel

The deadline for this year’s bids is 1 February 2014.  We would like to encourage bids typically around £500 although bids can be made up to around £2,500. The final decision on awarding the grant will be made by the Community Development Foundation.

Bids can be sent in any time up to the final deadline of noon, 1 February 2014.

The total available for next year’s projects is £8,488 for organisations based or working in Leabridge ward, London Borough of Hackney.

Please use this form (click to download) and email it to Leabridgeward.London@claptonpond.org .

We can’t accept any posted forms at the moment. You can email us for information at Leabridgeward.London@claptonpond.org .

Those bids that the panel will be recommending to the CDF will be notified by mid – February, 2014, and successful awards will be paid out from April 2014.

For further information about what Community First is, see http://claptonpond.org/community-first/

For information about applying, see http://claptonpond.org/community-first/apply-for-funding/

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2 Responses

  1. Great site you have here but I was curious about if you
    knew of any discussion boards that cover the same
    topics discussed here? I’d really love to be a part of community where
    I can get suggestions from other experienced individuals that
    share the same interest. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
    Thanks!

    • Hi
      I’m not sure if you mean specifically in Hackney and whether it’ll cover all these topics; Yeah Hackney – http://www.yeahhackney.com/ – was a community forum (sadly closed this year) but they still run their Twitter account.

      There’s a lot of community activity across Clapton and the rest of Hackney and some of the groups have probably got discussion forums.

      Regards

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