Haydon Wick

The Haydon Wick Grants Programme is open to registered or non-registered charities and community groups based in, or whose work substantially benefits, the people of Haydon Wick and/or its immediate areas. The Foundation particularly awards grants to projects taking place in communities with limited financial capacity and benefitting people who cannot afford to cover the costs themselves. For this grant programme applicants must demonstrate that majority of their beneficiaries are disadvantaged in one or more of the following ways:

  • ECONOMICALLY – e.g. facing financial difficulties
  • SOCIALLY – e.g. not able to participate in normal activities without support
  • GEOGRAPHICALLY – e.g. living in an isolated or disadvantaged community with limited access to services
  • PHYSICALLY – e.g. having additional needs, a disability or mental health issues

Grants up to £3,000 are avaliable 

Criteria - Grants can support the continuation of existing provision, training and other development activities that strengthen groups, core costs, overheads and salaries. It can also be used towards capital projects (buildings and equipment), provided most of any remaining costs have already been secured.

Who can apply? - registered or non-registered charities and community groups based in, or whose work substantially benefits, the people of Haydon Wick and/or its immediate areas with the following:

  • a bank account with at least two unrelated signatories
  • an independent management group based in Swindon or Wiltshire
  • a constitution
  • less than 12 months running costs in unrestricted reserves
  • an Equal Opportunities Statement
  • if relevant, a Child Protection Policy (under 18 years) or Vulnerable People Policy (over 18 years) and procedures

Social enterprises (including Community Interest Companies) can apply providing they are based in, or whose work substantially benefits, the people of Haydon Wick and/or its immediate areas and they:

  • have a social purpose and are owned and run by their communities
  • are limited by guarantee
  • have at least three unconnectd Directors, the majority of whom are not paid
  • have an asset lock clause that ensures funds and assets are transferred to a body with charitable objects on closure of the CIC
  • have a system to ensure decisions on Directors’ remuneration are not taken by those Directors receiving remuneration

Next round December 2019 - applications will open in Summer 2019.

Download the guidance notes for applications here: Haydon Wick Grant Guidelines

If you have any queries please contact us on 01380 729284 or email applications@wiltshirecf.org.uk

 

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