Small Grants programme 2021
The Small Grants Programme will support charitable activities and projects across the whole of the third sector.
Registered charitable organisations can apply for the Small Grants Programme if they operate within (or for the benefit of) the Bailiwick of Guernsey, and if their work aligns with one or more of the following outcomes:
- Improving the lives of people with specific needs, disadvantages or vulnerabilities.
- Employment, education or training opportunities.
- The protection of our natural environment, culture and heritage.
- Improved health and wellbeing for our community.
- An inclusive community, which challenges the barriers causing disadvantage or discrimination.
Applications can be for up to £25,000.
HOW TO APPLY
The Guernsey Community Foundation is managing the administration of the Small Grants Programme application process however decisions on funding applications are made by the board of the Social Investment Fund.
Please click here for further information on how to apply for a small grant, or contact
01481 259523SMALL GRANTS INFORMATION & HOW TO APPLY
The first round of the Small Grants programme for 2021 has now closed and funding recipients can be viewed in the table below. A further round of Small Grants applications will open later this year.
You can read the Media Release here.
RECIPIENTS ROUND 1, 2021
|GO||Staff uniforms and development of 'GO online' service||£10,000|
|Guernsey Cheshire Home||To cover utilities costs||£25,000|
|Headway||To cover rent for 2021||£8,500|
|Guernsey Badminton Association LBG||Accessible changing room facility, wheelchair ramp and two toilets||£11,000|
|Guernsey Caring for Ex-Offenders||Equipment for activity workshops for ex-offenders to learn new skills||£6,000|
|CLIC Sargent||Towards the costs of supporting Bailiwick families to stay at Jean's House, a "Home from Home" CLIC Haven in Southampton||£1,924|
|Relate Guernsey||Towards administrative and supervision staff costs||£25,000|
|Alderney Performing Arts Festival||Towards festival running and equipment costs||£3,000|
|Guernsey Mencap||Towards the rental costs of a respite flat which provides respite to adults with a learning disability, for 3 years||£21,000|
|GROW Limited||To purchase plant materials and equipment for the 2021 growing season||£10,000|
|Cystic Fibrosis Guernsey||To purchase five bluetooth pulse oximeters||£650|
|Access For All||Production of videos, factsheets and training on access requirements and reasonable adjustments for the proposed disability legislation||£7,500|
|The Clean Earth Trust||To employ a Manager to run the Repair Café Project for one year||£21,343|
|Men's Shed Guernsey||Towards staff costs||£15,000|
|Arts for Impact||Two InShape art programmes||£10,800|
|Guernsey Foster and Adoption Association||Training courses to support those who care for children and young people who have suffered trauma||£5,000|
|Guernsey Adult Literacy Project||Salary costs for a financial literacy tutor for one year||£20,000|
|Guernsey Counselling Service||Salary costs for Manager for one year||£15,000|
|St Sampsons High School||Breakfast club for pupils on the SEND register; to cover one school year’s worth of breakfasts for 40 pupils||£3,387|
|TOTAL GRANTS AWARDED||£220,104|
|Click here to download Round 1 Recipients|