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The following funding opportunities are available on an annual basis:
Merton Council funds a part-time early learning and childcare place for all 3 and 4 year olds in Merton whose parents want one in the maintained, private, voluntary and independent (PVI) sectors. To claim the Early Years Funding for eligible 3 and 4 year old children, nursery providers must agree to the terms and conditions required.
These are small grants funded by Merton Council to enable voluntary organisations to carry out quality arts projects in the Borough. The maximum grant is £1500.
For more information regarding the Arts Development Fund please see the Arts Funding page.
These pages also provide information regarding other national funding streams that voluntary organisations may wish to apply for.
For further information please contact 020 8545 3399 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Got a good idea for a community project in Merton? Merton Hive can help you attract funding, promote, and deliver local projects - no matter how big or small.
London Councils invests funding in voluntary organisations on behalf of the 32 London boroughs, through the London Boroughs Grants Scheme. Other funding is also provided through London Councils, including the European Social Fund.
A Lottery grants programme that funds small, community-based projects across the UK
MVSC can provide help with accessing new funding.
Merton Council is calling on people living and working in Merton to choose their priorities on how a share of just over £500,000 could improve their community. We are asking you to have your say by completing the Neighbourhood Fund survey.
The consultation runs until 19 January 2017.
Merton Council produces a voluntary sector funding database on an annual basis. This details the voluntary, community and faith organisations that have received funding from Merton Council to provide a range of services.
|£12,216,353||Total amount funded to the voluntary sector in 2016/17|
|£11,787,812||Total awarded in cash grants/commissioned services|
|£274,868||Total awarded in notional funding (rent and transport)|
For more detail, please download the Voluntary Sector Funding database below.
We will continue to update and publish our funding on these pages.
If you have any queries, comments or suggestions regarding the funding database, please email us at email@example.com
Policy, Strategy and Partnerships Team
Merton Civic Centre,
Tel: 020 8545 3379
This page was last updated on Friday 20 January 2017