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FUNDING SPOTLIGHT - Local Funders
One area of funding that is sometimes overlooked can be the funding that is available locally. These funders are an important consideration for funding local branches of national organisations who can find it difficult to access national pots of funding, as well as for funding a wide variety of local groups.


 
 

Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services & South Hook LNG Community Fund

South Hook LNG Community Fund 2017

PAVS is pleased to announced the continuation of our partnership with South Hook LNG to deliver funding to the third sector in Pembrokeshire for a variety of community projects. 

View the Application Information sheet for more details here

LNG Community Fund Logo

Deadlines for 2017


Friday 3rd February 5pm
Friday 5th May 5pm
Friday 28th July 5pm

Friday 20th October 5pm

If you are interested in receiving an application pack or finding out more then email PAVS on development@pavs.org.uk or call (01437) 769 422.

 

Updated January 2017

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Little Green Grant - now open - 1st deadline for 2017/18 - 21st April 2017!

The Little Green Grant is now open to applications following confirmation of funding from April 2017 onwards.

The deadline dates for applications are as follows:

21st April 2017

8th September 2017

12th January 2018

If you are interested in making an application then do get in touch with PAVS' Third Sector Support Team on development@pavs.org.uk or call (01437) 769 422 to discuss your ideas or request a copy of the application pack.

For further details on the Little Green Grant visit this page here...

Updated March 2017

 

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Latest News - August 2016

The eligibility criteria for the Caring Communities Innovation Grant has been extended for the next round deadline 2nd September 2016.

There are two significant changes to the scheme:


• applications for projects supporting people with Learning Disabilities will now be eligible (previously only projects supporting older people were eligible), and
• applications for projects which are capital only will be eligible (previously the capital element of the project was a maximum of 25%)

All applications must support the priorites of the Social Services and Wellbeing Act 2014.


The updated application packs are available from PAVS' Third Sector Support Team, development@pavs.org.uk or 01437 769422.

 

Caring Communities Innovation Grant Scheme new funding round confirmed 2016/ 17

The funding for continuation of the Caring Communities Innovation Grant Scheme has now been confirmed for 2016/17.

Application packs will be available from the PAVS Learning and Development Team in January 2016.  Submission deadline to be confirmed as soon as the paperwork has been finalised.

This scheme is administered by PAVS (Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services), and is funded through the Welsh Government's Intermediate Care Fund (ICF), managed by Hywel Dda University Health Board and Pembrokeshire County Council

In Pembrokeshire, the ICF is being used to pump-prime preventative community-led innovative initiatives, which can evidence positive outcomes for older people based on identified local need.

Intermediate Care Fund Prioirities

Projects will need to contribute to the following key objectives of the scheme:

• To develop locally led innovative projects based on local need

• To improve care co-ordination between social services, health, housing, third and independent sectors, to focus on preventative care and to avoid unnecessary hospital admission or delayed discharge

• To improve the resilience of local communities and their ability to support frail, older people to access and enjoy their normal network of community and family relationships

Innovative community-led projects being run by local groups will be prioritised. Applications for a contribution to a larger-scale project will only be considered if the Caring Communities Innovation Grant is for a discrete, identified element of activity.

Will fund:

  • mainly revenue for projects that build community capacity and resilience in order to help older people stay healthy and live independently within their communities

All grants will need to be spent by the end of March 2017.

Express an interest in receiving an application pack once finalised, please contact the Third Sector Support Team on 01437 769422 or development@pavs.org.uk

 

 

 

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority

 

Sustainable Development Fund
Contact details: Emma Taylor, Grants Administrator, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority,
Llanion Park, Pembroke Dock, Pembroke, SA72 6DY, Tel: 0845 345 7572
Email: EmmaT@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk
www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/sdf/

Funding innovative projects benefiting the National Park areas in Pembrokeshire.

 

Port of Milford Haven

Port of Milford Haven
Community Fund


As a Trust Port, the Port of Milford Haven is committed to re-investing its profits to benefit local communities. The Port has a Community Fund which charities and community organisations in Pembrokeshire can apply to.

To download an application form visit www.mhpa.co.uk/financial-support

Updated March 2015

 

 

Pembrokeshire County Council

Sportlot Community Chest

Applications are welcomed from voluntary organisations and sports clubs for sports development projects in the community at local level, which will increase participation and improve standards of performance in sport in Wales, particularly amongst young people.  Training, recruitment, start-up costs, equipment purchase, transport, sports competitions and other events. Up to a maximum of £1,500.  Match funding is generally required as the programme does not normally provide 100% of costs. The programme can be matched with other non-Lottery programmes

Deadlines:

Monday 17th April 2017

Monday 19th June 2017

Monday 4th September 2017

Monday 27th November 2017

Monday 15th January 2018

Contacts details: 

Alan Jones, Sports Development Officer, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.  Tel: 01437 776 191

e-mail: Alan.Jones@pembrokeshire.gov.uk 

 

Childcare Sustainability Grant

This grant is available to existing childcare providers to support and sustain the current provision, being supplied via full day care, sessional care, childminders, out of school care, or holiday care settings across Pembrokeshire enabling parents/carers to access childcare to meet their individual needs and circumstances.

Who can apply?
Any existing childcare setting providing full day care, childminding places, sessional care, out of school care, or holiday care who are registered with the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW).

What can you apply for?

Help towards staff costs/rent;
Help towards planning fees (existing Childminders only)
Development of Welsh Language provision in line with the Childcare Sufficiency Assessment;
Services/equipment to develop or support children with severe disabilities, or
CSSIW requirements/Health and Safety equipment required to sustain provision.
Funding contribution towards completing a Quality Award, e.g. Quality for All.
Help towards marketing and promotion costs.


What is not applicable for the grant?
Arts and crafts material
Gifts for children
Toys and non-essential

Pre-purchased items

There will be four panel meetings to discuss applications.
Meeting dates are:
24th June 2016 – submit applications no later than 30th May 2016
7th October 2016 – submit applications no later than 30th August 2016
9th December 2016 – submit applications no later than 30th October 2016
13th January 2017 – submit applications no later than 27th November 2016

To receive an application form or if you have any queries or need any further information about this funding pot please contact:


Kayleigh Edwards / Laura Richards
Family Information Service
OG, County Hall

Haverfordwest
SA61 1TP

e-mail:fis@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Welsh Church Act Fund
Contacts details: Contact Ms J Lewis, Finance Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest,

Pembrokeshire. SA61 1TP
Tel: 01437 775839

 

Pembrokeshire Community Regeneration Fund

The Pembrokeshire Community Regeneration Fund, is currently suspended

Up-dated December 2013

 

 

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If you know of any local funders which are not currently listed on this page or if you are a local funder who would like your details to be included then please contact the Third Sector Support Team at PAVS.

 

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Please note that this is just a selection of funder updates, if there is nothing here which is relevant for the funding needs of your organisation or you would like to run a tailored funding search then please link here to the Pembrokeshire Funding Portal, a free on-line funding search tool brought to you by PAVS.


 
 
 
 
 

 
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