17 August 2022
The Kenwood Community Fund will focus on local community projects that address the challenges of health, nutrition and wellbeing. This fund will give priority to the smaller charities and community groups that have incomes of less than £500k but Kenwood would like to hear from other local charities with innovative projects that are making a real difference. The fund will provide small grants of up to £7,500 which can be used in one year or over a two year period if it is a new initiative. Priority will be given to those groups supporting the most disadvantaged in their communities.
Money Barn Social Impact Fund
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Foundation (HIWCF) is proud to be working with Moneybarn in an exciting grants initiative. As part of Moneybarn’s commitment to our communities, we are delighted re-open the Moneybarn Social Impact Fund which aims to support social and financial inclusion. This year the fund is slightly wider geographically and includes communities in Havant, Gosport, Fareham, Petersfield, Portsmouth and Southampton. The programme will invest in activities that seek to alleviate the underlying problems that prevent social inclusion and enjoyment of a full modern life. The Fund will distribute £50,000 in grants, of between £1,000 and £7,500, and will seek to fund groups specifically working with young people aged 25 years and under.
Including Communities – part 2
Grants of up to £5,000 to support community-based organisations working to improve the lives of people throughout Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, particularly those who are disadvantaged at multiple levels or through multiple facets of their lives. We are particularly interested in funding activities that are addressing inequality and poverty.