Copeland Community Fund 2019-2022 Strategy introduces a priority for Health & Wellbeing for large projects. It is an annual ‘Call Out’, this year’s grant applications should be received by 3rd June 2019.The purpose is to provide revenue and / or capital support to existing provision within Copeland and consider new complementary provision.
- Areas projects may focus on include, but are not limited to:
- Healthy eating programmes and initiatives
- Active lifestyles
- Social inclusion
- Social prescription programmes
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Carers initiatives
- Projects must demonstrate that they can meet the NDA Socio Economic Policy.
- Organisations can apply for health and wellbeing projects on an individual basis, however, CCF also looks favourably on collaborative projects.
- Applications to the Fund require match funding of:
- 50% for projects with a grant request over £25k
- Health and wellbeing projects will be limited to a three-year funding term.
- Any project wishing to apply should consider how they can achieve the outputs:
- No of attendances at a facility , project or event (Throughput)
- No of local people who access facility, project or event (Unique individuals / Participants) including: age, gender, disability and equality
- Local People Assisted in their Skills Development
- Number of Volunteer Hours
Exclusions for the Health and Wellbeing Fund include:
- Faith based activities and venues (unless broader community use)
- Residential activities (outside of Cumbria) including expeditions and overseas trips
- Direct replacement of activities which are a statutory obligation
Contact Copeland Community Fund on 01946 598352 for further information or email firstname.lastname@example.org