|Type||Core costs & project costs|
|Applications accepted from social enterprises?||No|
|Deadlines||Outcomes expected mid November|
The Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich has created the Centenary Fund, to mark the centenary of the Diocese and to create a lasting legacy. The Centenary Fund has been established to promote community engagement by churches throughout the Diocese.
The objectives of this fund are to support community based projects, which could include:
Please note that the Centenary Fund will not support the promotion of political or religious causes with overt intentional evangelism or one off events.
Other criteria to support your application includes:
Who can apply?
Applications must be from an Anglican organisation. This could be a PCC or perhaps a church school seeking to work with others to create a project for the benefit of the wider community. All applications where the project involves work on a church building will require the support of the relevant archdeacon and also faculty approval.
Note that groups can only receive continuous funding for a maximum of two years.
Please see Suffolk Community Foundation’s grant making guidelines here for full details of what it cannot support.
Size of Grants
The Fund will make grants between £200 and £4,000.