Whilst the county council cannot do or fund everything it once did or would like to do, there is some funding available from the county council or other organisations in Staffordshire to support priority areas.
Some of them are ‘match-funding’, which means that they will match the money raised by the community or from other sources. Crowdfund Staffordshire is an online platform that can help you harness the power of the crowd and reach thousands of people interested in supporting good causes. It’s easy to set up your project on Crowdfund Staffordshire.
Did you know that 75% of people in Staffordshire regularly donate to good causes? It’s well worth getting started on Crowdfund Staffordshire to unlock the power of the crowd and make your ideas a reality. If you’re fundraising to do a project to help vulnerable children and families, you could get up to £5,000 to help.
Other funding options
- Staffordshire Children and Families Fund - £5,000 for community projects using Crowdfund Staffordshire that support vulnerable families and children to avoid crisis.
- In Tamworth - Grants are available from Tamworth Borough Council which include sports grants and grants for voluntary organisations grants.
- We Love Lichfield - up to £1,000 for organisations who provide facilities or services for local people.
- #iwill Fund – supporting projects that get young people involved in social action.
- Community Paths Initiative - Matching funding of up to £2,000 for projects that support people’s use of the public right of way network in Staffordshire. Available to Parish or Town Councils, landowners, community or resident groups and interest groups. Find more information on the community paths initiative web pages.
- Rural Development Fund - providing small grants of up to £1000 to small rural community groups across Staffordshire and Stoke, where they have a specific need.
- EnviroGrant - Are you a community group that wants to improve your community and environment? Thanks to our partnership with Veolia, grants of up to £750 are available from January 2022.
- Non-for-profit organisations can apply for funding of up to £2,500 to make sustainable changes to tackle climate change.