HOW TO APPLY
Inverclyde Community Fund Grant Scheme
You can find out more about the application process below.
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INVERCLYDE COMMUNITY FUND
Inverclyde Community Fund is funded by donations, self-generated income and an initial cash injection from CVS Inverclyde.
ICF provides grants of up to £500 for community groups and voluntary organisations to progress projects within their local communities.
It is unlikely that the trustees will wish to contribute to large projects where it will make little difference.
WHO CAN APPLY
Because the amounts available are relatively small, the trustees of ICF are keen to ensure that the grants make a big difference to small projects.
Smaller groups with an income of under £5,000 will be prioritised.
Organisations do not need to be registered charities but do have to satisfy our definition of a voluntary organisation which:
has a positive community purpose;
has a constitution or founding document;
has a bank account in the name of the organisation;
is run by an unpaid (or mostly unpaid) committee;
is not set up to distribute profit to shareholders; and
is not run by or affiliated with a political party or a government body.
WHAT ACTIVITIES CAN BE FUNDED?
A wide range of activities could be funded but the trustees would expect that any activity funded would:
Demonstrably benefit Inverclyde people and communities.
Be inclusive of as many people as possible.
Bring people and communities together.
WHEN TO APPLY?
ICF accepts applications all year round and you would expect to receive a response within six weeks upon receipt of your completed application.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply to the Inverclyde Community Fund complete the attached form below and send it with:
A copy of your last annual report/finance statement.
A copy of your constitution/governing document.
Inverclyde Community Fund
c/o Inverclyde Community Hub
75-81 Cathcart Street,
Alternatively, you can hand it into the above address, marked for the attention of Inverclyde Community Fund.