Deliv­ery Area:

Brad­ford Dis­trict & Craven

Appli­ca­tion Dead­line:

ABCD Now closed for applications

Award amount:

£50 — £4000

The appli­ca­tion dead­lines for Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ships 5 and 6 have been extend­ed until 10th Novem­ber 2023.
Deci­sion Mak­ing Pan­els will now come togeth­er to decide grant awards the week com­menc­ing the 13th Novem­ber 2023.

Impor­tant Infor­ma­tion for applicants

  • Organ­i­sa­tions can apply to more than one Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship (CP).
  • Organ­i­sa­tions can apply to one CP more than once… If you have two project pro­pos­als or more you may sub­mit appli­ca­tions for them all.
  • Each Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship deter­mines its own health pri­or­i­ties, your appli­ca­tion must show how it meets these priorities.
  • Each Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship decides how much you can apply for and these amounts vary, spe­cif­ic amounts are detailed on the appli­ca­tion form and in the guid­ance document.
  • There are no spe­cif­ic con­di­tions about demo­graph­ics, but CPs may stip­u­late they wish to see appli­ca­tions to sup­port a spe­cif­ic demo­graph­ic groups, i.e., young peo­ple, LGBTQ+, peo­ple with a dis­abil­i­ty, etc. If CP’s wish to tar­get spe­cif­ic groups it will be detailed in the guid­ance and on the appli­ca­tion form.
  • Work must be deliv­ered in the CP that has award­ed your grant.
  • Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ships will con­sid­er fund­ing Pilot Projects.
  • Projects run­ning for less than 3 months will be vis­it­ed by the Grants Man­ag­er, this will take the place of a progress update.
  • All fund­ed projects/ activ­i­ties are required to sub­mit a final evaluation.

Sec­tion 2

What can be funded

Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ships deter­mine what they will and will not fund. The main cri­te­ria is that the appli­ca­tion is based on Asset Based Com­mu­ni­ty Development.

Some of the things that are typ­i­cal­ly funded:

  • One off events
  • A series of events
  • Direct deliv­ery project work
  • Equip­ment to sup­port activities
  • Pilot projects

Com­mu­ni­ty part­ner­ships may con­sid­er such things as:

  • Core costs
  • Staffing
  • Staff train­ing
  • Infra­struc­ture such as IT equipment

What can’t be funded

  • Activ­i­ties that should be fund­ed as a part of statu­to­ry provision.
  • Events and or activ­i­ties that have already tak­en place.
  • Activ­i­ties that exclude peo­ple on the basis of any pro­tect­ed characteristics.
  • Polit­i­cal parties
  • Statu­to­ry bod­ies for the most part will not be fund­ed, though some Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ships may accept appli­ca­tions from bod­ies such as schools, please check with us before applying.

Eli­gi­bil­i­ty — Who can apply

  • Infor­mal group
  • Grass­roots group — unconstituted
  • Grass­roots group constituted
  • CIO & CIC
  • Reg­is­tered Charity
  • An unreg­is­tered vol­un­tary and com­mu­ni­ty organ­i­sa­tion with a not-for-prof­it constitution
  • Unin­cor­po­rat­ed Char­i­ta­ble Association
  • Oth­er Vol­un­tary Sec­tor organisations
  • Not-for-prof­it such as Social Enterprise
  • Indi­vid­u­als
  • Poten­tial­ly schools, Parish Councils

Sec­tion 3

Which Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ships are tak­ing part?

  • Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship 5 (Cen­tral 5 CP)
  • Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship 6 (Hor­ton and City Health Collaboration)
  • Wharfedale and Sils­den Com­mu­ni­ty Partnership

Sec­tion 4 — Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ships — a sum­ma­ry of Health Pri­or­i­ties?
A com­pre­hen­sive descrip­tion of all the CP’s Health Pri­or­i­ties is con­tained with­in the Infor­ma­tion Pack, please ensure you have read this before writ­ing your application.

Where a Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship has spec­i­fied Health Pri­or­i­ties you must write your appli­ca­tion detail­ing how you will meet one or more of these health priorities.

Wharfedale and Sils­den Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship
Grant Award

Appli­ca­tion Dead­line:
The Wharfedale and Sils­den Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship are seek­ing to sup­port organ­i­sa­tions that pro­vide prod­ucts or ser­vices that sup­port peo­ple to be health­i­er. We are hop­ing to sup­port a broad range of projects / organ­i­sa­tions to increase their impact on the health of our local pop­u­la­tion. To give an idea of how broad the cov­er­age of our fund­ing and sup­port will be, here are some exam­ples:

Debt Cafes
IT Train­ing
Singing groups
Talk­ing ther­a­py
One-off events or a series of one-off events
Match fund­ing
Pilot projects

The com­mu­ni­ty part­ner­ship is also hap­py to con­sid­er appli­ca­tions to sup­port groups and organ­i­sa­tions with:

Staff costs
Core costs
Cap­i­tal items such as Lap­tops etc
Staff train­ing
Oth­er areas that sup­port the capac­i­ty and resilience of organ­i­sa­tions

The Wharfedale and Sils­den Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship is espe­cial­ly keen to see appli­ca­tions that involve part­ner­ship and col­lab­o­ra­tion with oth­er groups and organ­i­sa­tions in your area.

If your work has a pos­i­tive impact on the health and well­be­ing of peo­ple in the Wharfedale and Sils­den Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship area, they would wel­come your application.
Health Pri­or­i­ty 1Health Pri­or­i­ty 2Health Pri­or­i­ty 3
Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship 5
Grant Award

Appli­ca­tion dead­line:
Access to Health Care, & Rou­tine Screen­ing take up.Health checks and severe men­tal ill­ness (SMI).Child­hood Obesity 
Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship 6
Grant Award

Appli­ca­tion dead­line:
Work­ing with Children/Young peopleReduc­ing Chron­ic DiseasesImprov­ing men­tal health

Com­mu­ni­ty Part­ner­ship Health Pro­files have been pro­vid­ed to help you write your appli­ca­tions, along with a link to Fin­ger­tips Pub­lic Health Data and the ONS.
These can be accessed through our Resources and Down­loads page
An intro­duc­tion to Asset Based Com­mu­ni­ty devel­op­ment and Asset Map­ping can be found here: ABCD — What is Asset Based Com­mu­ni­ty Devel­op­ment — The VCS Alliance

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