Winter ‘Get Togethers’
After the success of our microgrants programme this summer, we’re delighted to offer grants for community activities throughout the wintertime, too. We expect people to take part for many different reasons.
We particularly encourage people who want to use these events to reduce social isolation and loneliness in Hammersmith & Fulham by developing new relationships across diverse faiths, ethnicities, ages and backgrounds. Our main aim is to give people an opportunity to make new connections and learn about one another through the process of organising a very local event – and then enjoying it.
We know that loneliness and isolation can contribute to poor physical and mental health. So, whether you want to hold a tea to introduce the older people in a street to the younger families living there; bring new people from the surrounding area into your community centre for lunch, or organise a meal between different faiths – this is for you.
You can quick apply using the button below, or scroll down for more about the Criteria and Process.Quick apply
We are grateful to our donors Doctor Edwards and Bishop King’s Fulham Charity and Hammersmith United Charities for the past two years, and the McGrath Charitable Trust and Hammersmith & Fulham Council in 2019, all enabling this programme of giving.
Criteria and How to Apply
Grants are available for events and activities which:
• Bring together people who live, work, study or play in Hammersmith and Fulham
• Take place in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and involve local people
• Are inclusive and open
• Are organised by a small group (formal or informal) of local people
Grants will usually be in the range of £50 - £200 but get in touch if you would like to discuss something bigger.
We ask applicants to fill in a simple application form including information about:
• who is organising the event
• what will happen
• who will be invited
• how the event will be promoted
• the budget
We welcome applications from charitable organisations, ethnic organisations, faith institutions, tenants and residents associations, and other local groups of people.