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Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in South Richmond.

Grants awarded
Group Total Date Details
Richmond Street Pastors (Charity registration number: 1142720) £1,468 August 2022 The organisation received funding towards their Street Pastor work engaging with people on the streets, working together with other night-time economy partners and the Police to make Richmond community safe.
Aurora Metro Arts and Media Ltd.
(Charity registration number: 1055116)
£5,000 July 2022 The organisation has received funding towards a life-sized bronze statue of Virginia Woolf on the upper terraces of Richmond Riverside.
Cambrian Community Centre (Charity registration number: 1151011) £4,888.34 February 2022 The organisation received funding towards exercise equipment for their community gym.
Museum of Richmond (Charity registration number: 295164)
(Community Interest Company number: 2048888)
£4,999 September 2019 The organisation has received funding to create a special exhibition and associated activities about the history of Queen's Road, including running the Arts Award Summer School programme on the theme of the exhibition. Both are to take place at the Museum of Richmond. There will also be outreach events taking place in the Queen's Road area, including a curator’s talk on the history of Queen's Road buildings at the Cambrian Community Centre.
Art and Soul (Charity registration number: 11732680) £4,982 June 2019 The organisation received funding towards their studio programme, Art House exhibition and World Mental Health Day event to support people with differing mental health issues.
Friends of Richmond Green £5,000 September 2018 The organisation received funding towards the refurbishment of the drinking fountain on the corner of Richmond Green facing Paved Court and the Cricketers pub.
104 Projects (Community Interest Company number: 11275867) £5,000 August 2018 The organisation received funding towards creating a short film to tell the story of The Poppy Factory, its staff and their histories using archive material, photos and filmed interviews with former and current employees.
Thames Festival Trust (Charity registration number: 1074794) £3,089 February 2018 The organisation received funding to enhance an existing project exploring the living history of the boatyards on the tidal Thames, which will include an exhibition and talk in Richmond.
Father Thames Trust (Charity registration number: 1054655) £4,500 July 2017 The organisation received funding for a community telescope on Richmond Hill. 

Richmond Sea Cadets (Charity registration number: 269039)

£5,000

October 2016 (delayed due to seeking planning permission)

The organisation received funding towards purchasing a portacabin to add a meeting room and kitchen to their existing site and provide additional facilities for the teaching of mechanical engineering and catering.

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: 09 August 2022

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