Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust set up the Roger Stott Community Grants programme in March 2016 to distribute £25,000 in funding to community groups who are making a difference to the lives of local people.
We aim to make a big impact to as many communities as possible – so the Community Grants Programme offers small grants, a simple and painless application process and lots of support and advice. Successful applicants will have funds quickly, enabling them to start making a difference in their local community straight away.
Roger StottThe programme is named after our founding Chairman who sadly passed away in 2015. Roger Stott was instrumental in establishing the firm foundations of the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust in 1996 and dedicated much of his life to the area.
We are very grateful to players of People's Postcode Lottery for supporting this project.
How it works
- The programme is open to voluntary organisations and community groups with an annual income of less than £30,000
- Projects must be in or near the Yorkshire Dales National Park – including within the boundary extension – or in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- Grants of between £250 and £1500 are available
- Grants can have a wide range of uses - revenue expenses, such as staff costs, rent or training, or for capital investment in assets such as furniture, computers or catering equipment to name a few
- There is no match-funding requirement, meaning that groups can apply for up to 100% of the total project cost.
How to apply
The next round of funding will open on 1 February and will run until 31 March. For further information and to apply please see the guidance below:You can also contact our project officer Tanya St. Pierre on 015242 51002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org