Grants available

We have moved our regular funds for community groups and charities based in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly into one main programe, One Programme.

You can now apply to the One Programme for:

grants for community groups and charities based in Cornwall and the Isles Of Scilly. We have moved our regular funds into one main programme, One Programme. We have funding available for emergency and crisis support and for recovery from the effects of the pandemic. We administer several area funds covering most of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and we have funding available for crime prevention, to improve the natural environment, to improve physical health and wellbeing and to support young people, elderly people and people with a disability.

Details of a small number of programmes for community groups not within the One Programme are also provided below.

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One Programme

One programme is our new, go-to programme for grants for community groups, charities and social enterprises in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

Core costs & project costs

open

£5,000

01/01/2021

The One Programme is a rolling, open to receive expressions interest year round.

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Cornwall Women’s Fund

The Cornwall Women's Fund aims to support community projects in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly where women and girls will be the main beneficiaries, and to inspire ambition and enable achievement.

Project costs

closed

The demand on all our funds is high. Amounts awarded are at the discretion of the grant awarding panel. For guidance, the average grant award is £1,000.00

01/01/2021

This fund is currently closed.

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Crisis Fund

Enables charitable organisations to hold a pot of funds to distribute small grants to individuals in crisis

Individuals

open

Charitable organisations reaching people in Crisis can apply for £250 to distribute small amounts, usually £30 or less to a maximum of £90 when there is a need for immediate help, to alleviate destitution or poverty.

01/01/2021

Open all year round

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Duke of Cornwall’s Benevolent Fund

For young carers aged 18 or under where their duties go beyond what would be expected for a person of their age. An application for a grant must be made by an organisation for the benefit of any young carer resident in Cornwall or the Isles of Scilly who requires support.

Individuals

open

The maximum amount that you can apply for is £200 per carer

01/01/2021

Applications will be considered at the end of each quarter (March, June, Septemeber, December), we must be in receipt of your application 6 weeks prior to the panel date to be considered

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Emily Bolitho Trust

To support the wellbeing of individuals, especially those faced with hardship through poor health or low income living within the old borough of Penzance including Gulval, Mousehole, Paul, Newlyn, Ludgvan, Marazion and Madron

Individuals

open

Grants are awarded up to £500

01/01/2021

Applications for individuals will be processed within 5 working days and we will aim to inform the sponsor agency within 10 working days of the outcome.

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Worval Foundation

The Worval Foundation aims to provide opportunities for young, disadvantaged people to change the trajectory of their lives. An application for a grant must be made by an organisation for the benefit of a young person resident in Cornwall or the Isles of Scilly, who requires support.

Individuals

open

The demand on all our funds is high. Amounts awarded are at the discretion of the fund holders. For guidance, the average grant award is £2,000.00.

01/01/2021

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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Young and Talented Cornwall (ref 3)

The Young and Talented Fund, now headed by Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall Colonel Edward Bolitho OBE, strives to help those young individuals who have demonstrated an outstanding talent in a particular field – such as sport, the arts, science, voluntary service and enterprise – but are struggling to achieve their ambition or progress in their chosen career because of hardship or disability.

Individuals

open

Although larger sums are sometimes given, most grants are in the range £200 - £1,000

03/05/2021

31/08/2021

The next Awarding Panel meeting will be on the 19th October 2021

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