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Grants of up to £5,000 to promote the health and wellbeing of older people in Bushey and the surrounding areas.

Next application deadline: Midnight 2nd August 2022 for decisions in October. Current applicants can expect decisions in early March.

Grants of up to £5,000 are available to groups working to promote health and wellbeing for older residents of Bushey and the surrounding areas (including Watford, Radlett and Borehamwood).

HCF are looking for projects that:
  • Demonstrating how the money requested will help to make a positive difference (i.e. have clear objectives and outcomes).
  • Projects are well thought through and costed appropriately.
  • Groups are well connected to the communities they serve.
  • Groups are able to spend the funding within 12 months of the grant being awarded.

    Please note this fund is part of our regular HCF Large Grants programme. You can only hold one HCF Large Grant at a time. Please do not apply more than once even for multiple projects, and do not apply if you currently hold a grant via our HCF Large Grants or HCF Small Grants programmes.

    To apply for a grant, projects and groups must also meet our usual HCF Large Grant criteria, available as a pdf below.

    For more information, please call the grants team on 01707 251351 or email grants@hertscf.org.uk

    We do not have a separate programme for this fund. To make an application via HCF Large Grants click here.

    HCF Large Grants
    HCF Large grants criteria and guidance


    Did you know we also have a Hertsmere Crowdfunder for projects in Bushey or Potters Bar? Find out more about Hertsmere Borough Council's Innovation Fund here.

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