Elmbridge annual grants
The Elmbridge annual grant provides up to £4,000 for equipment and project costs to support vulnerable groups in the borough. Small, medium and large organisations are welcome to apply, with priority given to programmes that support vulnerable groups in Elmbridge. Previously, successful grants have been given to projects providing respite breaks to carers, advocacy to families and young people and crime prevention schemes. The 2019/20 scheme is now closed, but the next 2020/21 scheme will open on 1 November 2019. More information will be available on this page around that time.
For more information on annual grants please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of the 2019/20 awards can be found in the 2019/20 results table.
*The Partnership Fund 2019 is now open for applications.*
The Council was pleased to work in partnership with Walton Charity again this year to hold the Partnership Fund 2019 for the fourth year running. We are also pleased to welcome Walsingham Care who have also agreed to contribute.
This year the aim of the funding is to assist in alleviating loneliness and social isolation and is being directed towards organisations supporting isolated or potentially isolated members of the Elmbridge community.
If you wish to apply, please ensure that you read the guidance notes before completing your application. If you are unable to access the online forms, or would like further information, please contact Gail McKenzie email@example.com or Susan Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01372 474537.
Details of the 2018 awards can be found in the results table.
If you are voluntary organisation and require funding/funding advice please contact Central Surrey Voluntary Action on 01372 463587 or email email@example.com.
Voluntary Sector Forum
We will not be holding a Voluntary Sector Forum in 2019, but instead will deliver some Information Days for voluntary sector and community groups in Elmbridge. Further details will appear on this page as soon as possible.
In January 2018 we held a Voluntary Sector Forum which was very well supported by local voluntary and community groups. Organisations heard about the importance of getting ready for the General Data Protection Regulation and how to develop a funding strategy to ensure organisations are funded in a sustainable way. The Forum was a great place to network but there was also a market place with information on Walton Charity, Community Support Services and the support that Central Surrey Voluntary Action (previously Voluntary Action Elmbridge) can provide the local voluntary, community and faith sector.
Community Foundation for Surrey
The Community Foundation for Surrey awards grants to local charities and community and voluntary groups that help those living in areas of deprivation. The grants awarded have supported a wide variety of projects including facilities for young people, reducing isolation for older citizens, improving community facilities and projects for the disabled. The foundation also awards small grants to individuals with a disability, to help them overcome any barriers they may have in starting work. Please contact the Community Foundation for Surrey
for further information.
The Charity provides financial support to people suffering from long-term ill health or disability. It offers assistance to poorer, elderly people and to organisations providing assistance to this vulnerable group. For more information please contact Walsingham Care
The charity wants to improve the lives of people living in Walton-on-Thames and the wider Borough of Elmbridge. Grants are offered to local people at a time of crisis or other need, and community grants have been designed to enable and support local organisations to provide a wide range of front line services to many people living in the local community. For more information please contact the Walton-on-Thames charity
If you would like support accessing information on grant giving bodies, you can request a grantfinder search by contacting Voluntary Action Elmbridge on 01372 463587. They can also support organisations with writing funding applications.
Voluntary and community groups are advised to read our funding guide which gives details of both local and national funding opportunities.