A mini grant scheme supporting Pembrokeshire groups to deliver positive conservation and environmental actions in their local communities.
Community groups can apply for up to £500 for a ‘Force for Nature’ mini-grant for projects that have positive conservation actions, in and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Funded projects must deliver one of the following:
- A positive conservation or climate change action
- Supporting biodiversity
- Education on any of the above.
Examples of the sort of project the fund could support include: wildflower meadow creation on small areas of common/public land. Equipment for a school, such as magnified glasses, bird house kits, tree saplings for a community orchard, and litter picking or beach clean equipment – as well as actions in line with our current campaigns.
Who can apply?
Not-for-profit organisations in Pembrokeshire who have a bank account in the name of the group, including charities, constituted voluntary groups, community councils, schools and sports clubs and associations. Businesses and individuals are not eligible to apply.
How to apply
- Please read the guidelines which will help you with your application.
- Download and complete the short application form. The form is available and can be completed in Welsh or English.
- Send your completed application via email by the deadline. There is one deadline each year (next deadline: midnight on Sunday 16 May 2021).
- Please put your organisation name in the subject field of your email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is one deadline a year each application will be assessed and scored and a decision will be made within 8 weeks of the application deadline.
Applicants will have 12 months to complete their project. Match funding is not necessary. All projects funded will be required to complete an end of project report with photo evidence.
Deadline for applications
Midnight on Sunday 16 May 2021
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