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Neighbourhood Partnership Fund 2015/16 – Health and Well-being

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Do you have a project idea which will help address local priorities?

The new Neighbourhood Fund opened for applications on 1st April 2015. The new fund focusses on promoting health and well-being and £10,000 is available in each of the six Neighbourhood Partnership areas.

Funding will be available to the third sector and community groups working in partnership to promote health and well-being and address local priorities, as identified in each of the six Neighbourhood Action Plans. £10,000 is available in each of the six Neighbourhood Partnership areas.

Projects must:
– promote health and well-being and help deliver the Neighbourhood Action Plan
– have local benefits for communities
– increase community capacity to deliver services or manage a community building
– support the development of new/improved service delivery models

Funding will be awarded in the range of £250 – £1,500 although in exceptional circumstances funding may be considered up to a maximum of £2,000.

For further details on the fund and eligibility criteria, please visit the Cardiff Partnership’s website or email [email protected]

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