Available grants for the community and voluntary sector
Community and voluntary groups provide many beneficial services and activities to residents across the borough. The Council has a number of different funds which the sector can make application to. These are linked to our strategic objectives and priorities.
Wandsworth Grant Fund
TheWandsworth Grant Fund(WGF) is a small grant fund for projects and activities benefiting residents and communities of the London Borough of Wandsworth. Grants of between £500 to 10,000 are available. There are three funding rounds each year.
Wandsworth Arts Fringe
TheWandsworth Arts Fringe(WAF) is supported from the Wandsworth Grant Fund. The WAF Grant Fund supports activities and events that will take place as part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe in May each year. Grants of up to £2,000 are available.
Wandsworth Local Fund
TheWandsworth Local Fund (WLF) - also known as the neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) - is a charge the Council makes (mainly on new homes) to pay for the infrastructure needed to support the development, such as new or safer roads, park improvements or a new health centre.
Youth Opportunity Fund
TheYouth Opportunity Fundenables young people to apply to fund community projects or activities, or to spruce up premises used by youth groups.
Wandsworth Community Fund
TheLondon Community Foundationmanages this small grant fund, offering grants of between £250-5,000. The Fund will award grants to support voluntary or community groups, registered charities and other not for profit organisations that provide projects or services benefitting the community in the London Borough of Wandsworth.
Resident Small Improvement Grants for housing estates
Small improvement grants for housing estates. Our Small Improvement Budget (SIB) gives grants to residents to make improvements to their estate or block which will benefit the community. These are for projects which you think are important and would not normally be funded by other budgets.