The Peterborough Communities Fund is an exciting opportunity for people to make a real difference in their communities.
We’re looking to fund projects that get people involved with their local areas, and bring communities together. We’d like to support new projects - or ones ready to expand - that will make a lasting difference.
The Peterborough Communities Fund is open for applications
We welcome bids of all sizes - whether you need just a few hundred pounds or a much larger sum to develop something bigger. Groups can apply for up to £20,000. There is no lower limit.
It is a rolling programme so there is no deadline for applications, the fund will run for as long as there is money available.
Applications are invited from organisations from the voluntary, community and social enterprise sectors, based in or outside of Peterborough. We particularly welcome joint bids and ideas with longevity and innovation.
The Communities Fund has been made possible as a result of Peterborough’s status as an Integration Area and Central Government funding for the Integrated Communities Strategy.
Please read the following guidance documents before completing the application form:
How to apply
To apply, please complete the Peterborough Communities Fund application form online.
You will not be able to save the form so you must be ready to complete the application in one go. The Communities Fund guidance document above contains a list of what you will need In order to complete the form. If you would like a Word version of the application form to draft your wording in before submitting, please email communitiesfund@peterborough.
The application form does not provide the facility to upload tables or diagrams, if you would like to submit these in order to support your application, please email the documents to email@example.com making clear which application they relate to.
Please note: only tables or diagrams can be accepted, any general information to support your bid above the word count in the application form will not be put forward to the assessment panel.
We are hosting a series of drop in sessions for groups with questions or requiring support to complete applications.
The next workshop is scheduled for Monday 15 April from 2pm to 3pm in the Forli room, Town Hall.