Find out how you can apply for a grant to support projects benefiting your local community.
You can use a ward grant for one-off projects, equipment or resources that will provide a benefit to the local community and achieve your local objectives.
You cannot use the grant for projects that already exist or for general running costs of your organisation.
Councillors in each ward are encouraged support a variety of groups and projects. For the 2021/22 financial year, each ward in Rushmoor has a budget of £3,000 to award under this scheme. The minimum grant is £50.
You can check the Ward grants - funding available per ward document to see the amount of funding available in each ward's budget. This document will be updated monthly once grants have been awarded.
Find information about your ward
To find out in which ward your organisation is based and who your ward councillors are, visit our polling stations and wards page where you can enter your postcode or click on the interactive map.
Please see below to view details of the grants we've awarded from this fund:
Help for your project
If your project involves young people aged between one and 25 years, Community Matters Partnership (CMPP) may be able to provide volunteers to help carry out your project. CMPP's Community Action Days are aimed at supporting local schools, youth groups, charities, colleges and not-for-profit organisations that work with young people in and around Rushmoor.
Another source of funding
Rushmoor Community Lottery is an alternative way of regular fundraising. For more information visit our Rushmoor Community Lottery page.