Small grants are helping groups deliver support to their community

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Small grants are helping groups deliver support to their community

Post by Wirral Council News » Wed Dec 23, 2020 5:09 pm

Nearly 40 community groups in Wirral will be supporting families with food and essential items over Christmas and beyond after being successful in their bid for COVID-19 winter funding.

Community-based food and welfare support providers were invited to bid for grants of up to £10,000 to ensure food and essential supplies are available to those most in need over the winter months.

The programme was oversubscribed, but 38 groups were successful and have been awarded funding to a combined total of £255,570. These groups will have until 31 March 2021 to spend their grant. This fund is part of Wirral’s £1.2m Covid Winter Grant Scheme from the Department for Work and Pensions.

The successful projects were:-

Neo Community Ltd.
St. Paul's Tranmere Parochial Church Council
The Little Centre Beechwood Ltd.
Core Project Birkenhead CIC
Eastham Community Ltd.
Gautby Road Play, Youth & Community Centre
Involve North West
The Oak Community Project
Caritas Shrewsbury
Carrbridge Centre Ltd.
Koala North West
North Birkenhead Development Trust
Wirral Change Limited
Bridging the Wallasey Gap
Charlotte's Brightside
Leasowe Community Homes
New Brighton Baptist Church
Sandbrook Community Centre
Seacombe Community Association
Shaftsbury Youth Club
Tranmere Rovers in Community Care Leavers
Tranmere Rovers in Community
Wirral Multicultural Society
Amy and Friends
Bromborough Church Institute
Building Bridges Wirral CIC
Community Action Wirral / Lauries
Friends of Liscard Primary School
Homeless Community Interest Company
Nightingales Recovery Café
Noctorum Community/ Bingo Club
Prenton Tenants & Residents Association
Spider Project
Age UK
Make it Happen
St Johns the Baptist, Meols
The Meeting Place
Wirral Council leader, Cllr Janette Williamson, said:

“This is another example of Wirral people helping each other out in really tough times. All the groups who were successful with their applications to this fund will be providing support with food and other essential items within their own communities, to people who are their friends and neighbours. Well done and thank you to everyone involved.”


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Published by Wirral Council News on Wed, 23 Dec 2020

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