Bradford District & Craven
Various — see CP information
£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.
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
- 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
- Potentially schools, Parish Councils
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|
|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:|
One-off events or a series of one-off events
The community partnership is also happy to consider applications to support groups and organisations with:
Capital items such as Laptops etc
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 1||Health Priority 2||Health Priority 3|
|Community Partnership 5|
|Access to Health Care, & Routine Screening take up.||Health checks and severe mental illness (SMI).||Childhood Obesity|
|Community Partnership 6|
|Working with Children/Young people||Reducing Chronic Diseases||Improving 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