Cheshire Community Foundationhave have opened a grant programme for the new High Sheriff.  The programme wishes to support local creative arts and cultural charities, voluntary organisations and community groups delivering activities in Cheshire West and Chester, Cheshire East, Halton and Warrington.

They have £20,000 to distribute and applicants can apply for up to £2,000 with the fund being primarily focused on micro and small charities (Micro charities being charities with under £10,000 annual income and a small charity having under £100,000 annual income) with the applicant organisation needing to have been running activities for a minimum of 12 months to apply. Applicants must be able to report back on the spend and use of any grant awarded using an online monitoring form by 31st March 2019  so time is limited.


The full programme criteria is attached below but applicants can also view this on their website here:


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