Community Resilience Fund – Round 2
THIS FUND IS NOW CLOSED
We are very excited to announce that the Community Resilience Fund is back for a second round.
There has been a number of emergencies over the past few years. For example, the COVID-19 pandemic, Afghan refugee crisis, Ukraine crisis, and 2022 heatwave all greatly impacted London and its residents. Through its response, the voluntary sector proved that it is vital to overcoming such emergencies.
Created in partnership with the Greater London Authority, the Community Resilience Fund aims to help London become more resilient to emergencies. Specifically, by supporting projects that create partnerships between the voluntary and community sector, local authorities, and Borough Resilience Forums.
So, through better collaboration, London’s emergency preparedness can improve across all sectors.
Community Resilience: The Funding
We are now asking for applications from boroughs that did not receive funding in the last round. You can find the full list of applicable boroughs, as well as other important information, in the application guidance document linked below.
A total of £55,000 is available, with grants reaching a maximum of £5,000 each. The deadline is 5pm on Friday 10th November, 2023. Please read the Community Resilience Fund application guidance thoroughly before developing a project idea.
Also, there will be an information session for organisations to hear more about the fund and have a chance to ask questions. This session will take place on 16th October at 3pm – sign up here.
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 10th November 2023.
We look forward to receiving your application and wish you the best of luck.