Wandsworth Grant Fund

Wandsworth Grant Fund

Established in April 2015, the Wandsworth Grant Fund (WGF) provides all small grants (£500 - £10,000) for community and voluntary sector organisations in the borough to undertake activities for up to 12 months. Read more about the design of The Wandsworth Grant Fund.

What we support

We aim to support projects under six themes:
  1. Arts and culture
  2. Environment and attractive neighbourhoods
  3. Children and young people
  4. Citizenship and civic engagement
  5. Achieving aspirations and potential
  6. Health and well-being

Dates for applications

There are three application deadlines during the year, with awards being announced around 3 months later. Projects should not begin before awards are announced and can last for up to 12 months.

Application deadline (23:59 of the date) Grant Sub-committee Awards announced Project period
 Round 11  8 April 2019  19 June 2019  25 June 2019  July 2019 – July 2020
 Round 12  12 August 2019  4 November 2019  19 November 2019  December 2019 – December 2020
 Round 13  25 November 2019  February 2020 (TBC)  February 2020 (TBC)  March 2020 – March 2021

Guidance notes and application form

The guidance notes provide you with details of the fund, particularly updates of what we will fund and what we will not. The latter part provides advice question by question of the application form.

View the application pack

Support for applicants

Council Officers are available to provide advice to applicants with a clear activity in mind after you have read the application pack. You can email any of the Specialist Officers detailed in the guidance notes or contact the Grant Officer with general enquiries. Appointments can be made with the Grant Officer subject to other commitments.

Support events

Details of Meet the Funder events and Application surgeries will be available here soon.

General enquiries

If you have a question regarding applications, email wgf@wandsworth.gov.uk.


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