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Find out how Civic Pride Fund grants have been awarded to borough-wide projects.

Grants awarded
Group Total Date Details
Basement Door (Registered charity No. 1177033)

 

£4,750 July 2022

The organisation received funding towards a project to provide specialised, accredited training for young people in setting up and providing stage management of a festival stage at local music festivals.

Lets Go Outside and Learn (Community Interest Company number: 9435120)

£4,939 September 2021

The organisation received funding towards developing a model project to explore the inter-relationship between urban green space and ethnicity/inequality in Richmond.

Barnes Film Festival

£5,000 June 2021

The organisation received funding towards hosting the Barnes Film Festival 2021 online.

Art and Soul (Registered Charity No.1173268)

£4,860 June 2021

The organisation received funding to deliver a week-long festival celebrating ways that creativity can help mental health and wellbeing.

Bipolar UK (Registered Charity No.293340)

£2,024 March 2021

The organisation received funding towards a replacement video peer support group and integrated peer support services for the long-established local face to face group closed due to COVID-19

Off The Record (Registered Charity No. 1152097)

£1,950 November 2020

The organisation received funding towards infrastructure to support a satellite counselling provision expansion.

Dose of Nature (Registered Charity No. 1181216)

£4,920 May 2020

The organisation received funding towards the recruitment and training of Dose of Nature guides to deliver Dose of Nature prescriptions

The Horse Rangers Association (Registered Charity No. 109825) £4,860 May 2020

The organisation received funding to support their Horse Rangers Programme.

The Richmond in Europe Association £4,762 November 2019

The organisation received funding towards community events and information boards to support the reaffirmation of the twinning oaths between Richmond, Fontainebleau and Konstanz. 

Richmond Synagogue
(Registered Charity No. 242552)

 

£700 November 2019

The applicant received funding towards an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in January 2020, which is the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Intergenerational Music Making (IMM)
(Company Limited by guarantee number: 11596360)

£5,000 August 2019

The organisation has received funding to host weekly intergenerational music making sessions across seven Wards within Richmond Borough for the period of 12 months. Council-funded care homes and state schools will take part in the yearlong project involving 200 participants comprised of groups identified as minorities or 'seldom-heard' communities. The ultimate aim of the project is to equip homecare staff members with the skills and confidence to provide intergenerational musical activities that can support social bonding and encourage person-centric care.

Les Jackson

£1,000 April 2019

This individual received funding towards their Scam Safe project which delivers information on how to avoid being scammed to the elderly and vulnerable members of the community and their carers.

South West London Environment Network
(Charity registration number: 1140872)

£4,844 January 2019

The organisation received funding towards the launch event and publicity materials for its Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP). Through the launch event the applicant intends to increase knowledge of priority species and habitats among the public, encouraging them to make improvements to their local green spaces.

Legasee Educational Trust 
(Charity registration number: 1145354)

£3,800 August 2018

The organisation received funding towards a touring exhibition to celebrate 160 years of military music at Kneller Hall.

Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation
(Charity registration number: 1158921)

£5,000 March 2018 The organisation received funding for six performances in Richmond schools and the community, with drug and alcohol education resources provided to schools to reinforce and extend the important messages of the play, workshops for parents and carers, and training and support for sixth form students to become Youth Ambassadors.

The Richmond in Europe Association

£260 October 2017 The organisation group funding towards materials to increase awareness of the twinning links between Richmond and the towns of Konstanz and Fontainebleau.
South West London Stroke Club
(Charity registration number: 1133539)
£5,000 June 2017 The organisation received funding towards the club providing activities for stroke victims, their families and carers including quizzes, seated exercises, indoor bowls, speakers, concerts and outings etc.

Let's Go Outside and Learn
(Community Interest Company number: 09435129)

£4,981 March 2017 The organisation has received funding to introduce local people to different aspects of local open spaces through walks, talks and workshops.
The Helen Astrid Singing Academy £1,000 March 2017

The individual received funding towards the costs of performing The Juniper Tree, an opera by Philip Glass, which will be a UK premiere of this work as part of the Richmond Music and Drama Festival.

How to apply

Do you have a great idea for a project which could benefit the local community? The Civic Pride Fund may be able to help.

Apply for the Civic Pride Fund

Updated: 20 July 2022

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