Rugby Borough Council’s Grants Programme – United Kingdom

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Rugby Borough Council’s Grants Programme – United Kingdom

Deadline: 03-Sep-21

Applications are now open for the Rugby Borough Council’s Grants Programme to support community organizations and voluntary organizations in delivering projects for the benefit of the people of Rugby.

Funding Information

There are two funding streams:

Rural Development Fund – one off revenue grants up to £10,000 available to parish councils or local voluntary and community groups to apply for help towards the cost of one-off projects, improvement schemes or purchases which can demonstrate benefits to the rural communities.
Community Projects Grant – one off revenue grants of up to £3,000 to assist voluntary and community organisations in delivering one-off projects and activities that will benefit the local community.
Eligibility Criteria

The following groups can apply for a grant but only to deliver a project that will directly benefit the people of Rugby:
Community/voluntary organisations
Arts groups/individual artists who engage communities in creative activities
Sports organisations (officially recognised by Sport England or by a national disability sports organisation)
Parish councils (within the borough of Rugby)
Not for profit organisations
Charitable organisations
Faith organisations
To be eligible to apply for the grant, the group/individual artist must:
have a formal/signed constitution; or
have standing orders; or
have a Trust Deed; or
have a Memorandum and Articles of Association; and
be able to submit all the documentation listed on pages 9-13
be able to demonstrate that the project will be delivered within 24 months of the receipt of grant (failure to do so may result in your having to repay the full grant amount)

They will not consider:
Schools and academies
Statutory or profit-making organisations
Political organisations
Individuals (other than individual artists who engage communities in creative activities)
They will not consider applications for projects which:
provide religious activities
promote religion/religious belief
are associated with political activities
promote political activities.
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