We are very excited to announce that the fourth Regent’s Place Community Fund is now open for applications!
The Fund is a unique initiative led by a number of businesses based at Regent’s Place in south Camden, London. Businesses contribute funding and come together to share their insight, expertise and opportunities with smaller community organisations and charities, to help them make a difference in the local area.
Grants of up to £7,500 are available to help community organisations and charities that support one or more of these guiding themes:
- Social Cohesion – bringing people in the community together, facilitating under represented or disadvantaged groups to access new opportunities or activities
- Health and Wellbeing – improving both physical and mental health, reducing loneliness and isolation, building skills and helping local people access opportunities which improve their quality of life
- Employability – improving employability skills, providing support and guidance with funding work, and providing local people with work opportunities.
The Fund was set up to support and cater for beneficiaries in the immediate area local to Regent’s Place, therefore nominated projects must demonstrate support for people in this area (Regent’s Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury wards of Camden). However, organisations that apply may be based within or outside of this area. To make sure your community project is eligible, take a look at the Guidelines and Criteria.
If everything looks good, you can submit your application via the link below:
Please note that the application form doesn’t have to be completed in one sitting. Responses can be returned to and edited at a later time if necessary.
Applications need to be submitted by midnight on Monday 23rd September.
If you have any questions relating to your nomination please contact: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you applications – best of luck!
For further details about the Fund, visit the Regent’s Place Community Fund website: regentsplace.com/apply-for-the-fund