A round up of grants with deadlines coming up in February relevant for groups and charities in County Durham, Belmont and Stanley.

Please read the Grant Guidelines of each opportunity before starting your application. 

Stanley Community Fund

Deadline 11 February 2024 at 11pm | Up to £5,000 | Apply Here

For organisations or groups in the Stanley Parish Ward focussing on Regeneration, the Environment, Children & Young People and Community Facilities.

Priority for the funds will be given towards those within the boundaries of the Stanley Parish Wards, find out more about the wards and check if you’re eligible by visiting the grant page.

Community Arts & Culture

Deadline 20 February | Up to £2,000 | Apply here

This fund is to support organisations who want to develop and deliver high quality cultural experiences, which give more people the chance to be involved in the arts.

All projects will need to demonstrate one or more of the following:

  • More opportunities for children and young people
  • Improved levels of wellbeing because of engagement in community arts
  • Work with disadvantaged communities, and underrepresented groups
  • Improve capacity, quality and sustainability of activity for your organisation

Applications can be submitted at any time, the next panel is 5 March and all applications received before 20 February will go to this panel.

Community Sport

Deadline 20 February | Up to £2,000 | Apply here

This fund is to support growth and strengthen the sustainability of community sports clubs and grassroots organisations who are providing opportunities for their communities to regularly be involved in physical activity.

All projects will need increase or sustain participation in sport and/or physical activity.

Applications can be submitted at any time, the next panel is 5 March and all applications received before 20 February will go to this panel.

Belmont Community Fund

No deadline | Up to £2,000 | Apply Here

This fund can support a broad range of projects and activities design to enrich the lives of people living in Belmont, usually restricted to the wards of Belmont, Carville and Gilesgate Moor.

This might include projects around, health, children and young people, arts and culture, working with people with disabilities, improving the local environment and more.

Grants without deadlines

Community Grants, up to £5,000 for local organisations who are sustaining health and wellbeing, and reducing inequalities. Find out more.