Small Grants Scheme: In the Making

Website: https://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/organisations-we-work/old-oak-and-park-royal-development-corporation-opdc/socio-economic-regeneration-opdc/opdc-great-place-scheme/small-grants-scheme-making

Small grants scheme, in the making, is a new funding programme for community projects that share the aim of embedding art, culture and heritage at the heart of the major development and regeneration planned for Old Oak and Park Royal. They are offering micro-grants to support community arts, culture and heritage projects taking place in Old Oak and Park Royal, led by those living and working in the area. The aim of the grants are to uncover, connect and showcase the culture, creativity and heritage of London’s largest and most vibrant industrial area. In the making has a funding pot of £150,000 which will be distributed from January 2019 to December 2020. OPDC will manage this budget across the two years to make sure money is available throughout. You can apply for a grant of £500 – £5,000, projects where In the Making’s funding will make a big difference to small projects will be prioritised. Projects must have Old Oak and Park Royal at its heart. They should offer shared creative experiences to bring local communities together.

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Expires: December 1, 2020


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