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Flintshire Welsh Church Act

Communities, Culture, Educating & Young People | Clwyd

Welsh Church Acts Fund is a Charitable Trust Fund which is administered by the Community Foundation in Wales. The Trust Fund is governed by the Welsh Church Act 1914.

The primary object of the Fund is to provide assistance to groups for social, recreational and other charitable purposes. Capital grants may be awarded to assist organisations in the furnishing and upkeep of buildings. Revenue grants are designed to support organisations with projects and activities to benefit the residents of Flintshire.

 

Who can apply -

(for example a Registered Charity, Charitable Incorporated Organisation, Unincorporated Club or Association and Community Interest Company)

 

Grants available -

 

The Fund supports:-

 

 

Please note:

 

 

This fund is now CLOSED

  The next deadline is 30th June

 

Remember to always read the criteria in full before applying to any grant scheme to make sure your organisation and project is eligible.

For more information, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the Foundation on 02920 379 580 or email grants@cfiw.org.uk.