Thurrock CVS operate a number of different methods of funding your group or organisation.
Thurrock CVS publish a regular on-line newsletter called Speakout in which we include information on any new funding opportunities that we have been made aware of. We will also email the information out to or members as we are made aware of it which gives our members the earliest opportunity to apply. So if you would like to receive our newsletter then sign up at the bottom of the page. For information on becoming a member please go to our membership section.
We now have the ability to set up funding appeals for local groups and projects on our website. This operates very similar to Just Giving or GoFundMe but has the advantage of being more targeted to local people whilst still allowing viewing worldwide. If you are interested in using this service please contact [email protected] for more information, we limit the number of appeals we have running at any one time.
Giving for Thurrock (incorporating Thurrock Community Chest) is now able to accept funding applications for Thurrock based projects or activities which aim to enhance or support work benefiting Children, Young People and Young Carers.Read more
The starting point is our Small Sparks Fund, which is designed to offer funding to community-led projects across Thurrock.Read more
Deliver new community projects to either grow or sustain participation in sport or to support talent development.Read more
Chances for Children grants are available to children, young people and families in the Thurrock area.Read more
Groups can apply for projects that take place within the Land of the Fanns Landscape Partnership Scheme Project area and deliver the objectives of the Landscape Conservation.Read more
Bags of Help is Tesco’s exciting community grant scheme where the money raised from the sale of carrier bags is being used to fund thousands of local projects in communities right across the UK.Read more
Sporting Capital invests in organisations that make a difference through sport. The £3m Sporting Capital Fund provides loan funding of between £50,000 and £150,000.Read more