Cronfa Adfer Gwasanaethau Gwirfoddol FLVC / FLVC Voluntary Services Recovery Fund
Dyddiad cau ar gyfer ceisiadau: 30 Mehefin 2021 / Closing date for applications: 30th June 2021
Rydym yn gwahodd mudiadau sy’n cefnogi cymunedau’n Sir y Fflint i geisio am grant hyd at £2,000. Dyma ddiben Cronfa Adfer Gwasanaethau Gwirfoddol Sir y Fflint:
- Cynnal neu gynyddu gweithgareddau sy’n cefnogi pobl fregus yn ystod y pandemig Coronafeirws (Covid-19).
- Sicrhau bod gan fudiadau’r trydydd sector / y sector gwirfoddol yr adnoddau angenrheidiol er mwyn cynnig gweithgareddau hanfodol i’w cymunedau
- Sicrhau bod modd i fudiadau’r trydydd sector / y sector gwirfoddol addasu er mwyn diwallu anghenion newydd a mynd i’r afael â heriau newydd.
- Annog protocolau iechyd a diogelwch llym yn ystod yr holl weithgareddau sy’n diogelu staff, gwirfoddolwyr a buddiolwyr y trydydd sector / y sector gwirfoddol.
Does yna ddim dyddiad cau. Mae’r panel yn cyfarfod yn rheolaidd gan ariannu’r ceisiadau sy’n bodloni’r meini prawf ar sail y cyntaf i’r felin. Caiff ceisiadau eu hasesu’n barhaus.
Applications for a grant of up to £2,000 are invited from organisations supporting communities in Flintshire. The purpose of the Flintshire Voluntary Services Recovery Fund (VSRF) is to:
- Maintain or increase activities that support the vulnerable during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic
- Ensure third sector/voluntary sector organisations have the resources needed to deliver vital services for their communities
- Enable third sector/voluntary sector organisations to adapt to meet new needs and respond to new challenges.
- Encourage stringent health & safety protocols during all activities that safeguard third/voluntary sector staff, volunteers and beneficiaries
There is no deadline. The panel meets frequently, with applications that meet the criteria funded on a first come, first served basis. Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis.
Parc Adfer Community Recovery Fund
As part of their commitment to the local community, the North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP) Partnership (known as the Partnership) and Wheelabrator Technologies Inc (WTI) have pledged to fund a long term Community Benefit Fund – worth £230,000 a year – for communities in the Deeside area (see partnership area map here). The fund will open for applications in 2021, but in the short term, the interim Parc Adfer Community Recovery Fund will help local organisations support the community as we come out of this emergency situation.
The types of local organisations who can qualify for support are community and voluntary organisations, community and social enterprises and local (not national) charities based within the defined Deeside Partnership Area.
The fund is intended to support local organisations and communities with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. It will do so by providing funding for a range of activities, such as helping the safe reopening of community buildings, compensate for the loss of income, funding new community activities to support vulnerable groups and supporting the development costs of new community organisations.
Applications for the Parc Adfer Community Recovery Fund can now be taken, and anyone interested in accessing the fund should contact the team on 01352 704783 or emailing ParcAdferCommunityFund@flintshire.gov.uk.
Gwynt Y Mor Community Fund – Covid 19 Response Grant
The Covid 19 Response Grants Fund will provide funding opportunities from £100 to £5,000 for groups providing support on the frontline. Organisations in the Conwy, Denbighshire and Flintshire coastal belt areas can apply for both capital and revenue projects that focus on the three themes of the fund:
- Building strong, cohesive & sustainable communities
- Developing prosperous, enterprising communities with strong economic growth
- Reducing poverty and inequality in communities
Eligible organisations will be based within a 5 mile radius of the North Flintshire coastline, and include: Gronant, Talacre, Gwespyr, Ffynnongrowy & Penyffordd (North Flintshire), Llanasa, Trelawnyd, Trelogan, Mostyn, Whitford & Downing. See map of eligible areas
Burbo Bank Extension Community Benefit Fund
In response to the current global Covid-19 emergency some temporary adjustments have been made to the funding criteria, and applications are being encouraged for projects that support communities through to recovery, e.g. local groups and organisations who:
- Are looking to provide essential support and services to directly facilitate in the recovery efforts from Covid-19.
- Have lost significant core income over the past few months and request funding to recover quicker financially.
In addition, match funding requirements have been droppen, and re-application restrictions have been lifted. Any groups that have previously received a grant, have a live project or have been unsuccessful in the last round may re-apply.
The changes relate to all applications to the 23 September 2020 and 14 April 2021 closing dates only. All other criteria will remain unchanged.
Grants of between £500 and £20,000 are available to a range of not-for-profit organisations that benefit local residents in specific northern areas of Denbighshire, Flintshire, and the English coast.
Further information and an interactive map showing the area of benefit is available on the GrantScape website
Flintshire Community Chest
Closing date: Round two 2021/22 – 2nd July 2021.
Flintshire Community Chest Grants are available to support community activity. Applications are now being accepted from organisations benefiting people from Flintshire for a grant of up to £ 1000. The aim of the grant is to support one off initiatives such as:
• Minor capital projects for example, building repairs and updating internal fixtures and fittings.
• Community events
• Equipment but not consumables*
• Feasibility studies
• Publicity / marketing
• Training and awareness events/courses
• Responding to national, regional or local emergency situations
• Recovery from a national , regional or local emergency situation
Grants will only cover 75% of the total cost, so match funding is essential.
Please note, the maximum of £ 1,000 can only be awarded once in a 3 year period. Successful applicants must wait 12 months before reapplying.
Download the application form and guidance notes here:
For more information or for advice or support, please contact: Heather Hicks on Tel: 01352 744004, or email: Heather.Hicks@flvc.org.uk