Apply for a Community Prevention Grant

12/2/2020 11:55:28 PM

A Community Prevention Grant provides funding for projects that create sustainable solutions for residents over the age of 18 that are living in Buckinghamshire. It's aimed at organisations from the voluntary, charity, faith, and community sectors.


About the grant fund

People have told us that they want to live independently for longer.

We would like to work with local people, communities and organisations to grow support that enables people to live in their own homes, leading independent and fulfilled lives for as long as possible.

The grant aims to:

  • increase support for people living independently in their own homes
  • help people access information and advice on services available to them

To be eligible for the grant, projects need to align to our priorities within the Better Lives Strategy 2018-2021 and Market Position Statement 2018-2022.


Submit an application

The application process is now closed.


Application support

Three webinars will be held throughout October and November 2020 to provide advice and guidance on submitting a successful application:

  • 26 October, 10am to 11am
  • 27 October, 1pm to 2pm
  • 2 November, 11am to 12pm

To book a place on a webinar, contact:

The Community Prevention Grant Team

Community Impact Bucks (CIB) also offer advice and support to VCS organisations in relation to volunteer recruitment, strengthening governance arrangements and different approaches to income generation, in order to ensure that services and activities are sustainable longer term.

To speak to Community Impact Bucks:

Telephone: 0300 111 1250
Visit: Community Impact Bucks website


How your application is assessed

Your application will be assessed against key criteria as explained in the guidance notes (these will follow shortly). Read these carefully before submitting your application.

Incomplete or late submissions will not be accepted.

Your application decision will be communicated March 2021.


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