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Community Wellbeing Grant

Welcome to the new Stroud District Council Community Wellbeing Grant 2022 - 2025.

This grant replaces the SDC Community Investment Grant and has been re-written to better reflect the current needs of our communities and voluntary sector.

The Stroud District Council Community Wellbeing Grant aims to reduce inequality, promote wellbeing and support our communities to recover in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant will support groups who work with their communities to reduce inequality and promote aspects of wellbeing such as physical, mental and financial health, social connection, arts, culture, heritage and the environment.

You can find out more and download the application form here.

 Organisation Name Amount Awarded 2021
 All Pulling Together CIC £2,000
 Allsorts Gloucestershire £6,000
Berkeley and Sharpness District Girl Guides £500
Cashes Green Community Centre £1,500
Community Roots CIC £10,000
Down to Earth Gloucestershire CIC £3,000
GBSN Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network (MOBS groups) £1,000
GL11 Community Hub £10,000
Gloucestershire Counselling Service £1,000
Hawkwood Centre For Future Thinking £2,000
Home-Start Stroud and Gloucester £4,000
Independence Trust £3,000
Kings and Queen Theatre Group Stroud £1,250
Landsdown Hall and Gallery CIO £2,000
Longfield Hospice Care £5,000
Marah Trust £8,000
Paganhill Community Group CIC £20,000
Prema Arts Centre £5,000
Read with me CIC  £3,000
Rodborough Youth Project  £750
School of Larks £4,000
Stroud Beresford Group £10,000
Stroud Valleys Artspace £5,000
Stroud Valleys Project £10,000
Sunflowers Suicide Support £3,950
The Coopers Edge Trust £3,000
The Door £2,000
The Frith Youth Centre £3,000
The Keepers £20,000
The Nelson Trust £2,500
Under the Edge Arts £2,500
Woodchester Mansion Trust Limited £11,000
World Jungle £2,250


More information regarding the grant award.


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