Integrated Care Small Grants Fund

The Small Grants Fund aims to build the capacity of communities to deliver services which ensure people are able to look after and improve their own health and wellbeing and live in good health for longer.  Funding is available to support the delivery of projects across all adult services.

In particular we are looking for new and innovative projects that test new ways of working for your organisation, your community and/or Dundee. Funding is not, therefore, available to continue funding existing projects or staff posts. In particular we are looking for projects that adopt a co-productive way of working, i.e. involving stakeholders in the design, delivery and evaluation of projects.

There are two types of funding:

  • Level 1 – grants of up to £800
  • Level 2 – grants of between £800 and £7500

All funding should be spent within a year of the grant being awarded. Funding is not recurring.

Level 1 applications can be submitted at any time.

Level 2 applications are assessed by  a panel of  third sector / community representatives and a Third Sector Interface Chief Officer from either Dundee Voluntary Action, Volunteer Centre Dundee, Dundee Social Enterprise Network. Please see below for a timetable of submission dates.

Small Grants Panel Deadlines

Level 1 and Level 2 applications can be completed with support from a Capacity Building Worker. Contact Lesley Caldwell, Voluntary Gateway Development Manger on 013882 305734 or email lesleycaldwell@number10.org for support with your application. A member of the Capacity Building team will be allocated to your application.

Completed applications should be returned to madelinerees@number10.org or Madeline Rees, Dundee Voluntary Action, NumberTen, 10 Constitution Road, Dundee, DD1 1LL.

Small-Grants-Guidelines-2016 

Small Grants Level 1 Application

Small-Grants-Level-2-Application 2016 

To find out more about the Small Grants Fund, visit http://www.d-v-a.org.uk/support-and-development/funding/.