the Community Foundation for the people of Kirklees.
The fund will open to applications on April 1st and close for applications on May 14th 2021.
Local Care Direct has created a fund to improve the health and wellbeing of Kirklees residents. This fund will be administered in partnership with One Community Foundation Kirklees
We welcome applications that address one or more of the following themes:
Health Inequalities -
Health inequalities arise because of the conditions in which we are born, grow, live, work and age. These conditions influence our opportunities for good health and how we think, feel
and act, shaping our mental health, physical health and wellbeing. For example, Socioeconomic status and deprivation: e.g. unemployed, low income, people living in deprived areas
(e.g. poor housing, poor education and/or unemployment).
For example, crisis services for those experiencing a mental health crisis. Advocacy support. LGBTIQ+ mental health support. Peer support bringing together people with shared
experiences to support each other. Suicide prevention and interventions.
For example, services to help people living with dementia in Kirklees to achieve the best possible quality of life, as well as providing support and assistance to families and carers.
Reducing social isolation and loneliness
For example, services or projects which help people of any age, race or gender who feel isolated or lonely to explore and rediscover their interests, meet new friends, build their confidence and start doing the things they like doing again. This includes projects which offer, face to face, telephone support services, digital support, or other means of communication.
For example, services or project which offer support to those who are sleeping rough, sofa surfing or at risk of homelessness. Projects could include housing advice benefits advice for those who are at risk of homelessness or are homeless. Accommodation brokerage, including for those fleeing domestic abuse to
find a safe home and settle in or access refuge support.
Applications should show that they will have a lasting positive impact on individuals and families in Kirklees.
Holistic approach - demonstrating partnership working or good working relationships with health and welfare services
Targeted work - focusing provision to where the need is greatest; considering those disproportionately affected by health inequalities, such as BAME communities, young carers,
people with disabilities, LGBQT+ communities and those on or below the poverty line.
Visibility – being accessible to individuals and families is key to this funding.
Safety – applications should describe how they follow Government guidance and local guidance on COVID 19.
How much can you apply for?
You can apply for a minimum of £3,000 and a maximum of £10,000.
Projects must start after June 30th 2021, if your project has already begun and you seek a contribution to the continuation or expansion of the service, our assistance will need to be used after June 30th 2021. (on the form, please make sure your project start date is after June 30th)
What will we fund?
We do not fund any of the following:
·Party political activity
·Promotion of religion
·Replacement of statutory funding
·Groups who have not complied with previous monitoring requirements
·Organisations that support animals
·Replacement of statutory provision provided by schools and hospitals.
May 14th 2021
One Community makes grants to a wide range of organisations. We do not usually make grants to national charities. If in doubt whether your application can be considered,
please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
All organisations must be based in Kirklees or undertaking project work in Kirklees and be one of the following:
·Voluntary and community groups – Constituted
·Not-for-profit organisations, CICs, Community Benefit societies.
·Schools – We would encourage schools to make an application via their PTA. If your school does not have a PTA, we will accept applications directly from the school. We will support activity that is not a statutory provision.
·Charities (not registered with the Charity Commission)
·Charities (registered with the Charity Commission)
·Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) whose Governance documents include a clear community benefit clause, open membership and an asset lock.
If you have previously had a grant from One Community Foundation and your project has finished. You will need to have submitted your evaluation form and receipts
for the project. If you have outstanding evaluations, we may not be able to fund you.
What will you need to supply in your application (we call these supporting documents)?
You will need to upload the following before starting your application. Please note we require these documents even if you have provided them before.
Incomplete applications and applications which are missing the supporting documents required will not be processed.
If you cannot provide ALL of the supporting documents listed, please do not continue with the application. Please contact us first. Info@one-community.org.uk
·Your governing document. Signed and dated.
·Your latest published accounts, or if you are a new/small group, please provide projections and/or cash flow forecast.
·A document (PDF or Word) with the names and home addresses of your directors, trustees or management committee (a minimum of three and who are not related), you will need to identify who the bank signatories are (they must be unrelated).
·A bank statement (no older than three months) in your group's name, this must be the same as your name in your constitution. Please use your organisation name exactly
as it appears on your bank statement when completing this form. We must be able to see the account name, sort code and account number.
We also need a detailed budget breakdown.
This should be a breakdown of the total project cost, not just the amount you apply to us for. If you are not applying to us for the full project cost, please remember to note how
you will raise the additional money required to conduct your project on the budget.
Your budget should be set out as follows – (Please be as detailed as possible).
Staff x 2 @ £10.00ph x 4 hours per week, for ten weeks = £400.00 (We would like the grant to cover this cost)
Volunteer x 10 petrol costs @ 45p per mile, on average 10 miles per week for ten weeks (£4.50 x 10) = £45.00 x 10 = £450.00 (We would like the grant to cover this cost).
Litter pickers £15.99 each x 10 = £159.99 (We would like the grant to cover £150.00 of this cost, we have fundraised to cover the additional needed).
Rubbish bags £3.50 per roll of bags x 100 rolls = £350.00 (We would like the grant to cover £0 of this cost, we have fundraised to cover the additional needed).
Total project costs £1,359.99
Total Requested £1,000
What happens if you are successful with your application?
We will notify you via email. This email will be generated from our CRM (Salesforce); please check your junk folder. This email will include a link to the online evaluation and
monitoring form. This form will be due four weeks after the project end date; it is a good idea to look at the evaluation before starting your application and note the requirements. This will help you keep track of the data we will require.
You will also need to keep all of the receipts associated with the spending of this grant. We will require a receipt for the whole amount of the grant.
If you apply for staff costs, we will still need evidence of this spending; you might provide redacted payroll evidence. We will be checking the rate of pay, hours and number of staff
salaries that match with your application.
Your award might have conditions attached; you will need to tell us if you agree to the requirements. All grants will require you to agree to the grant awarder's terms; these may differ
depending on the donor/funder.
Your award will be paid into the bank account.
You will be sent an evaluation email reminder four weeks before your project end date; this will contain a reminder of the link to the online evaluation form. This link is unique to your project.
If your application is successful, you may be asked to publicly credit support from One Community Foundation, for example, on your social media, on all materials related to the funded work. Successful projects may be required
to be available for a potential visit from the funder and participate in promotional activities such as case studies. (We will not require you to identify any individuals in the case study).