We administer grants for groups and organisations. Please take a look at the tabs below and complete an application form to apply.
If you require more details or assistance to complete the form, please contact us on 01872 273952 or email email@example.com
For other possible funding options, please complete this referral form* with some basic details about your project, which will allow us to check whether we can assist.
* It takes approx 10 minutes to complete the form. Response times can be between two and four weeks in busier periods.
This grant enables new or established self-help groups to apply for up to £1000 to pay for group running costs e.g. venue hire, guest speakers or resources.
Groups must consist of and directly benefit people with emotional and/or mental health issues, have a minimum of four members and be based in Cornwall.
For more information, click here Mental Health Self-Help Group Grant
This grant enables Memory Cafés or Dementia Support Groups in Cornwall to apply for up to £600 to help pay for running costs, training events or activities that help promote the health and wellbeing of people with dementia.
For more information click here Memory Cafe/Dementia Support Group Grant
CRCC has been commissioned by Cornwall Council to administer a small grants scheme as part of the Council’s Together for Families programme.
The grant is aimed at Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations, already delivering, or potentially delivering, services in the community to the hardest to reach families. The grant aims to enable these organisations to build on current delivery and practice and to deliver innovative approaches which improve outcomes for families with complex needs.
Constituted organisations can apply for a grant between £500 and £7000 and can apply only once in any 12-month period. Subsequent applications must be for new initiatives or projects.
For more information click here Together For Families VCSE Grant
Any organisation or community group that may have members or clients who are unpaid carers can apply for up to £3000 per application, maximum £5000 per year, to pay for an activity that gives carers a break from their caring role.
For more information click here Carers Wellbeing Grant
This grant aims to fund unpaid, informal carers’ groups to give their members opportunities to ‘switch off’ from their caring responsibilities by taking part in group activities and events that promote their health and wellbeing. Groups can apply for up to £750 per application.
For more information click here Carers Group Grant