Grants - Kesgrave Community Website

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SPort, Amenities and Recreation in Kesgrave (SPARK) can help individuals (over 16), the Town Council, schools, voluntary organisations, sports organisations and any clubs or organisations in Kesgrave by way of provision of small items of equipment or grants for training etc.
Kesgrave Town Council puts aside funds each year for community organisations to apply for grants.
Each District and County Councillor gets a budget (around £6-8K) to spend on projects in their area that promote the social, economic or environmental wellbeing of their local area. Grants can be given for anything, as long as it's legal and doesn't go against a council policy.
The Trust makes grants to individuals and institutions in our local area of Ipswich and south-east Suffolk.
The scheme is open to all schools, registered charities and not-for-profit organisations, with priority given to projects that provide food and support to young people.
The Aim of the Fund is to advance the education of the public in the subject of music, to encourage people to get involved with making music and give support to those already involved in music.
A number of grants are available from the District Council.
Funding 4 Suffolk is a search tool that allows you to search for funding for your project, organisation or group quickly and easily.
SCF awards grants to voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise (VCFSE) organisations to tackle issues such as inequality, loneliness, poverty, poor health and well-being, disability and lack of oppportunity. The Foundation supports core costs, new or continuing projects, one-off initiatives, and capital costs.
Regulations impose various eligibility criteria for projects to receive funding, namely projects must be within 10 miles of an Environment Agency registered landfill site in England and must match one of a number of objects (or areas of work). These are as follows:

Object A - the reclamation, remediation or restoration of land which cannot currently be used;
Object B - the prevention of potential for pollution or the remediation of the effects of the pollution;
Object D - the provision, maintenance or improvement of a public park or another public amenity;
Object DA - the conservation or promotion of biodiversity; and
Object E- the restoration of a place of religious worship or of historic or architectural interest.
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