Grants of up to £5,000 for projects supporting Older People in Welwyn Garden City

Application Deadline: Rolling

The Older People’s Fund for Welwyn Garden City invites applications from projects that are addressing the needs of older people in the Welwyn Garden City area.

The Older People’s Fund for Welwyn Garden City panel meets to consider applications throughout the year, approximately every two months for as long as funding is available.

The fund will consider applications from a wide range of projects but is particularly interested in those helping to tackle social isolation, provide opportunities to take part in suitable sports or community activities and those supporting people with health issues such as dementia or sensory impairments.

For more information please download the Fund Criteria and Guidelines below

To make an application click here

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