Funding Available In Wales

 

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.

Fast Track Funding

This application is for energy efficiency or health and safety improvements for community facilities, which are based in, or benefit people from eligible coalfield areas:

Fast Track Capital Fund Application Form (Word version)

Fast Track Guidance Notes (PDF)

Ffurflen Gais Gyflym (Word)

Canllawiau Ar Gyfer (PDF)

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:

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

Organisations based in, or benefitting the following wards in Flintshire are also eligible to apply: Ffynongroyw; Gronant; Mostyn; Trelawnyd & Gwaenysgor and Whitford.

CRT Game On + Kit Grant

The aim of the grant is to get more people residing in our former coal mining towns and villages (ages 13 – 19) to play and stay in sport. Sport Wales statistics highlight an alarming drop off of registered players during these teenage years.

As in previous years all kit via this grant is supplied via Macron – Taffs Well.

Please return the completed 24/25 application form and necessary attachments (safeguarding policy and club constitution) to gameonwales@coalfieldsregen.uk

 

 

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