Grant information for:

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

Before you apply for a grant please download and read:

Silver Sunday Grant

Apply for a Silver Sunday Grant

Closing date for applications: Saturday 3 August 2019

We are offering grants of £250 to any group that would like to organise a Silver Sunday event.

The offer is available to all, from large charities right through to small community groups who would like to show their appreciation for their older neighbours.

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.

Where our grants have gone

Contact Us

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

Community Development Officer
Tel:
01444-477495
Email: culture@midsussex.gov.uk

Last updated: 26 June 2019