PAVS grant schemes closed
PAVS has a superb track record in managing grant schemes which distribute funding to Pembrokeshire groups.
For further information about the funding pots which are being managed by the PAVS Third Sector Support Team visit this page here...
We also provide a Funding Advice Service, so if you are looking for funding please get in touch with one of our Development Officers on (01437) 769 422 to discuss your funding needs.
Hwyel Dda Support for life Grant 2012-2013
Invested in the health and wellness of the local population by pump priming
community healthcare improvement projects in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire to a total value of £100,000.
• Care Closer to Home
• Investment in Prevention
• Reducing Lifestyle Related Illnesses
wer e the themes as well as a commitment to both sustainability and innovation.
Grants of up to £5,000 with one Key County Project each to the value of £10,000.
This scheme was administered by the Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services
(PAVS) as the lead partner on behalf of Hywel Dda Charitable Funds. PAVS linked with the CVC’s in Carmarthenshire and in Ceredigion.
Pembrokeshire Impact Fund - scheme closed as of the 8th February 2013
Engagement Gateway This project is now at an end
Sustainable Pembrokeshire Small grants scheme
closed - March 2008!
Following seven successful years of grant-giving, the Sustainable Pembrokeshire Small grants scheme has closed. Many groups throughout Pembrokeshire have carried out different projects bringing wide-spread benefits to communities across the county.
The remaining funding was fully allocated in the final round of the scheme on the 13th February 2008.
What was the Sustainable Pembrokeshire Small Grants Scheme?
The scheme was a local initiative to encourage the development of sustainable projects that help improve the quality of life for current and future generations. The capital/ revenue funding supported projects that focused on improving environmental, social, cultural and economic aspects of life.
The scheme was funded by the Welsh Assembly Governments' Community Facilities and Activities Programme.
For details of current funding available from PAVS follow these links below:-
Pembrokeshire Impact Fund
Little Green Grant
KEYFUND - All grant funds committed
The Keyfund scheme came to an end in 2006.
St. Teilo's Church Hall
St. John's Community
Ending in 2006 the Keyfund has committed all of the £368,125
available to support community led projects in the five targeted
Forty-six grass roots projects have
been supported in all, a success story that would not have
been possible without the active support and partnership of
local community members, community councils, PLANED, Pembrokeshire
County Council and PAVS.
Awards in the last round
|St Dogmaels Village Hall
|Sand Palace Arts
|Nevern Agricultural & Horticultural Society
|St Teilo's Church Hall
|Monkton Priory Church
|Nevern Village Hall
|Pater Hall Trust
|Age Concern Pembrokeshire
Keyfund was funded by the European Union European Regional
Development Fund (ERDF) and the National Assembly of Wales'
Local Regeneration Fund.
So what was the Pembrokeshire Keyfund?
The Objective 1
programme targeted five wards in Pembrokeshire for additional
support to help them tackle deprivation and/or peripherality.
- Maenclochog Ward
- St. Dogmaels Ward
- Pembroke Dock Central Ward
- Pembroke Monkton Ward
- Pembroke Dock Llanion Ward
In order to simplify
the process of accessing the funds earmarked for these wards,
PAVS in conjunction with other agencies introduced the
The Keyfund was able to support both the revenue (e.g. running
costs) and/or capital (e.g. building works and equipment)
costs of a project. In total £368,180 was available
over the last 3 years. As this was a 100% grant scheme voluntary
and community groups were not required to provide match
This grant scheme for community led regeneration was managed
by Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS),
working in partnership with representatives from Pembroke
Dock Central, Pembroke Dock Llanion, Pembroke Monkton, Maenclochog,
St Dogmaels, PLANED and Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC).