Funding available for Central Mid Sussex charities and community groups

Charities and community projects in the central Mid Sussex area are being urged not to miss out on funding.

 
Last updated:
25 June 2015

Central Mid Sussex County Local Committee (CLC) has more than £16,000 left to allocate from its Community Initiative Fund for the 2014/15 financial year.

Committee Chairman Pete Bradbury said: “The Community Initiative Fund has enabled us to give grants to a wide range of projects and good causes which have made a difference to people in our area. This has included costs towards sporting equipment, the maintenance of footpaths and even a Mad Hatters Tea Party’.

“I would encourage any individual or group in the central Mid Sussex area who need assistance with a project that will benefit the community to send us their application as soon as possible.”

“We’d love to help more of you, and there are lots of local groups, charities and organisations that could benefit from these funds. This is the last meeting of the Committee for this financial year and we very much want to make sure that the money goes to worthy causes”.

The deadline for applications to Central Mid Sussex CLC’s Community Initiative Fund is Friday 30 January 2015.

Application forms and information on how to apply, as well as eligibility criteria, can be found on the Community Initiative Funding page.

Grant applications will be considered at the Central Mid Sussex CLC meeting, which will be held at 7.00pm on Tuesday 10 March 2015 at Haywards Heath Library, 34 Boltro Road, Haywards Heath, RH16 1BN.

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