Grant information for:

  • Facility/Capital grants
  • Community and economic development fund grants

Before you apply for a grant please download and read:

Apply for a grant

Apply online for a grant

Print version: All grants application printed form

Please note:  Grant applications are considered by the Cabinet grants panel which meets three times a year. You will be asked to complete an End of Grant form on completion of your project if your application is successful.

You can apply for a grant if:

The project benefits the wider community
All applications will need to demonstrate how their activity can help the Council to deliver on at least one of its Corporate Priorities:

  • Financial Independence
  • Effective and Responsive Services
  • Sustainable Economic Growth
  • Strong and Resilient communities

The grant will be of direct benefit to the residents of Mid Sussex District
At least 80% of the people that will benefit from the project must be residents of Mid Sussex

You are a:

  • Not-for-profit group
  • Charity
  • School
  • Parish or town council

You are a community group/club/society
Your society must be properly formed and has a:

  • Governing document or a constitution
  • Bank account and financial records - or financial projections if newly formed

Your organisation must be open to all and have an equal opportunities statement.

Closing dates for applications

For activities starting from:

  • March/April: 10 January
  • July/August: 1 May
  • November/December: 1 September

Types of grant

Community and economic development grants

Grants of up to £5,000.

For projects where money is needed for an activity or piece of equipment which will benefit the community or contribute to the local economy.   

Facility/Capital grants

The council holds a Section 106 Fund which can be used to support capital projects concerning works to:

  • Community buildings
  • Recreation facilities (play areas and sports)
  • Public artworks

This money often has restrictions attached and can only be used for specific locations.

If you have an idea for a project and want to find out what capital funding is available for your area - please contact the Community Leisure Officer using the information at the bottom of this page.

Contact Us

Community Leisure Officer
Tel:
01444-477275
Email: culture@midsussex.gov.uk

Commissioning and Partnerships Advisor
Tel:
01444-477094
Email: culture@midsussex.gov.uk

Last updated: 19 November 2018