The Mayor of Trowbridge, Councillor Graham Hill, has hit the ground running as he starts his Mayoral year. As well as attending engagements around the town, he has also met with local organisations who have been awarded core grants by Trowbridge Town Council. Councillor Graham Hill presented cheques totaling £19,400.00 to the following organisations:
Elbag Twinning Association £100
Leer Twinning Association £100
Moroccan Twinning Association £100
French Twinning Association £100
HELP Counselling Service £1000
Trowbridge Guild of Community Service £1000
Wiltshire MIND £1000
Trowbridge Area Community Link £1000
Citizen’s Advice Bureau £5000
Trowbridge Future £10,000
Core Funding Applications for 2023/2024 are open.
If your organisation wishes to be considered for core funding in the 2023/24 Budget, applications should be submitted by 30th September 2022. Core Funding grants usually covers the long term to ensure that a local organisation has a sustained source of funding to cover operational costs. Core grants are considered in the year prior to the grant being awarded. When setting the budget (between November and January), the Council will consider whether existing core funding should continue and if any additional core funding applications should be budgeted for. Cheques will be presented at the July 2023 Full Council meeting.
A copy of the Grants Policy is available here. Should you require any guidance on either Trowbridge Town Council grants or alternative grant funding opportunities please contact Trowbridge Town Council on (01225) 765072 or email Varsha Patel-Rickitt on email@example.com, who will be happy to offer guidance and support on this matter.