Apply for a grant
Covid-19 Community Bounce Back Grants – apply for your grant today!
What else do I need to know about this grant?
We can award grants of up to £5,000 to registered charities, Social Enterprise/CIC, and constituted community/volunteer groups (with a community group bank account) taking an active role to respond to Southern Housing Group residents/communities recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Grant funding may be used for projects which contribute to one or more of the Community Investment (CI) Department’s themes, which are:
- Neighbourliness and Communities
- Improving Health and Wellbeing
- Tackling Poverty
For more information on the Grants scheme click here
Download the Covid-19 Community Bounce Back Grant Application Form here
To apply for funding, the following documents should be submitted:
- Covid-19 Bounce Back grant application
- Project risk assessment
- Certificate of incorporation (if limited company) and/or charity number
- Employers’ Liability insurance – Company/Broker confirmation of not less than £5M
- Public Liability insurance – Company/Broker confirmation of not less than £1M
- Professional Indemnity insurance – Company/Broker confirmation of not less than £500,000 (if applicable)
Southern Housing Group Residents can apply for a grant for up to £1,000 to help you run an event or activity in your community.
Grants of up to £500 are also available to study, train or run a community gardening project.
What else do I need to know about grants?
- Grants are available to Southern Housing Group tenants
- Applications should be submitted at least six weeks before the planned event is to take place
- Applications are considered on an individual basis
- Click here to download a risk assessment template – please contact a Grants Officer if you require assistance.
- Further terms and conditions apply
To find out more about the different categories of grants, please click on one of the fund names to the right.
Making Lives Better
Arranging a community event, activity or project which will benefit SHG residents
Up to £1,000
Sir Ashley Bramall, Are you an SHG resident thinking about or currently undertaking a course of study?
You could be entitled to up to £500 towards course fees, equipment and books
Improving your scheme or community through a gardening project. We can pay for the costs of this, including seeds, pots, tools and plants.
Up to £500 for projects involving
five people or more
Up to £250 for projects involving
between two and four people
Up to £50 for individual projects