Funding Available In Wales

Cynon Valley Flood Recovery Fund

On 25th May Vikki Howells MS and Beth Winter MP announced the Cynon Valley Flood Recovery Fund funded by the Moondance Foundation and independently administered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust.

The primary purpose of the fund is to help those residents who continue to experience social and economic hardship, by providing funding allocations in the range of £500 – £2,000, for essential items. The fund is in addition to any funding already provided by RCT CBC or the Welsh Government.

Who can apply?
The fund is open to applications from any households in the Cynon Valley constituency that have been affected by the recent flooding and are continuing to suffer hardship. Applications are limited to one per household.

How to apply?
If you would like to apply, please complete this application form Download HERE and return to us with supporting documents at the earliest opportunity.

Full applications must be received by Monday 22nd June 2020

For further information please contact us:

By phone: 01495 367680
By email: wales@coalfields-regen.org.uk
In writing to: Coalfields Regeneration Trust, Aneurin Bevan House, 40 Castle Street, Tredegar, NP22 3DQ

 

We appreciate the time and effort that fundraising takes and aim to be as clear as possible about what The Coalfields Regeneration Trust in Wales does and doesn’t fund, how to apply and how long the process typically takes.

Coalfields Community Grant Programme (Wales)
The Coalfields Community Grant Programme has invested over £20 million in community and voluntary sector projects since 1999, targeting communities most in need. We provide grants (from £500 – £7,000 revenue or capital) to community organisations to support projects in Welsh coalfield communities that create jobs, increase skills, improve health & well-being, broaden childcare provision or develop community facilities. A Wales Grant Assessment Panel meets quarterly.

The first stage in the process is completing the Coalfields Community Grant Programme (Wales) Enquiry Form:

Coalfields Community Grant Programme (Wales) Guidance Notes

Coalfields Community Grant Programme (Wales) Guidance Notes (Welsh Version)

Coalfields Community Grant Programme (Wales) Enquiry Form (English Version)

Coalfields Community Grant Programme (Wales) Enquiry Form (Welsh Version)

Projects must be based in an eligible coalfield community or be able to show clear and immediate benefits for an eligible coalfield community. Projects must benefit the wider community. Please note only certain wards within the Local Authorities listed below are eligible; please contact us to check eligibility:

•   Blaenau Gwent
•   Bridgend
•   Caerphilly
•   Carmarthenshire
•   Flintshire
•   Merthyr Tydfil
•   Neath Port Talbot
•   Powys
•   Rhondda Cynon Taff
•   Torfaen
•   Swansea
•   Wrexham

Game On Gear Grant

Game On Wales is a programme delivered by The Coalfields Regeneration Trust. The aim of the Game On Gear grant is to get more young people (13 – 19) from Welsh Coalfield communities to play sport. We fund sports kit to maximum value of £500.

•   Game On Gear Application Form & Guidance Notes

United Welsh Housing Association Together Fund

The United Welsh Housing Association Together Fund supports projects that benefit United Welsh tenants and tackle issues that face their community. Applications are managed by The Coalfields Regeneration Trust on behalf of United Welsh Housing Association.

•   United Welsh Housing Association Together Fund Guidance Notes
•   United Welsh Housing Association Together Fund Large Grant Enquiry Form
•   United Welsh Housing Association Together Fund Fast Track Application Form

Please contact the team for an informal discussion about any of the grants available in Wales. wales@coalfields-regen.org.uk or 01495 367680.

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