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Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Funding and grant opportunities

support and development

There are many funds available for the Voluntary and Community Sector in Stockton. These funds come from a range of government departments, charitable organisations and businesses.

As a Council we provide funding to the Voluntary and Community sector in the following ways.

 

Stockton Borough Community Fund

Grants awards to voluntary and community sector organisations up to £500. The fund is administered by Tees Valley Community Foundation.

Visit the Tees Valley Community Foundation website for further information.

 

Voluntary and Community Sector Investment Fund

The Voluntary and Community Sector Investment Fund is for organisational capacity building and will not fund service delivery.

Organisations can apply for between £5,000 and £50,000 and can submit more than one bid in a calendar year provided it is to address a different area of capacity building.

We are delighted to announce that despite the current economic climate, we will continue supporting the VCSE sector through the Voluntary and Community Sector Investment Fund for 2014/15.

The fund helps voluntary and community sector organisations to support and develop their own capacity, enabling them to compete for and deliver contracts and activities which support our Sustainable Community Strategy.

The fund is administered by Catalyst. Visit the Catalyst website for additional information. The site also includes guidance notes on how to apply for funding and application forms.

 

Contact Catalyst

Address: Catalyst House, 27 Yarm Road,Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 3NJ

Telephone: 01642 733906

Email: enquiries@catalyststockton.org

More information on these and other funding opportunities is available from Catalyst, SRCGA and Tees Valley Community Foundation.