Dover District Council’s COVID-19 Community Fund awards funding up to £2,500 to local charities and community groups that are delivering essential services to vulnerable Dover district residents impacted by COVID-19.
The grant must be used to directly help vulnerable people affected by COVID-19. This could include new or already set up initiatives.
As well as supporting the above core priority. Your application must fall into one or more of the following categories:
- Access to food
- Access to medicine
- Dog walking
- Social wellbeing
- Emotional/mental health wellbeing
- Physical wellbeing
- Other projects/services not listed above that support vulnerable people impacted by COVID-19 may also be considered for funding.
This could include new or already set up initiatives.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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