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Environmental and Sustainability Grants for the Community

Are you working to reduce energy consumption, tackle climate change, boost recycling or create a nature reserve? Do you have ideas to make your community more sustainable? Are you encouraging wildlife back into your neighbourhood? If so, you could qualify for a grant from our Environmental and Sustainability Grants programme.

Grants between £2,500 and £25,000 per year for up to two years are awarded for groups including charities, voluntary groups, schools, colleges, local authorities and Community Interest Companies. Your work must be planned for Ealing, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Richmond, Runnymede, Slough, South Bucks, Spelthorne or Windsor and Maidenhead. To apply, your group must have a constitution and a bank account that needs two signatures. Before commencing any grant application you must read through our Tips document and our Grant-making policy.

Heathrow Community Fund grant agreement 2017 (870KB DOC)

Communities Tomorrow 2017 - Grants awarded (14KB XLS)

Timing

Grants are awarded twice a year and there is a two stage process. See below for the timetable for applications and decision-making for 2019:

Form required Closing date Decision
Round 1: Stage 1 form 15.02.19 18.03.19 - Invitation to submit Stage 2 application
Round 1: Stage 2 form 10.05.19 17.06.19 - Board of Trustees meeting
Round 2: Stage 1 form 13.09.19 14.10.19 - Invitation to submit Stage 2 application
Round 2: Stage 2 form 01.11.19 09.12.19 - Board of Trustees meeting

Please complete your application at: https://heathrowcommunityfund.formstack.com/forms/tomorrowstage1

If you would like to discuss your project please phone us on 01895 839916 or email us with your questions at community_fund@heathrow.com . Please consider the time you will need to complete the online form before the closing date deadline as late entries will not be accepted. If any of the information is inaccurate your application could be deemed ineligible.

Projects for Young People

Inspiring Youth event, November 2014

Projects for Young People invites grant applications from organisations working on projects that give young people new skills help them into employment, raise aspirations or increase resilience.