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Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in Hampton.

Grants awarded
Group Total Date Details
Markhole Allotment Association £4,260 February 2021

The organisation received funding towards provision of a new toilet facility on the allotment site

Combination Dance (Registered Charity No. 1123954) £4,959 August 2020 The organisation received funding dance workshops in schools and a dance walk on the theme of climate change.
Jane Witham £270 May 2019 The individual received funding towards goal posts for a community netball club. The netball club is for all ages and abilities (over 18 years) and will offer training, general fitness, coaching and games from the over 55 years.
Romany Wood-Robinson £1,000 April 2018 This individual received funding for materials to create mosaics and planting to enhance the new school space of Clarendon Primary Centre – a day community special school for pupils aged 4 to 16 years with moderate learning difficulties and additional complex needs including Autism.
MTV Youth (Charity registration number: 1157977) £5,000 July 2017 The organisation received funding towards running a leadership skills course for young people. This will help empower them and enable them to develop their leadership skills.
The Horse Rangers Association (Charity registration number: 1098257) £5,000 July 2017 The organisation received funding towards 10 activity days for disadvantaged children and young carers in the Borough, involving 10 participants per day. Participants will learn about stable management and horse care and will be given a stable tour to meet the horses. They will learn how to tack up the horses and this will be followed by a ride through Bushy Park.

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: 08 April 2021

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