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Grants - Dacorum Borough Council The Community Grant is designed to support community activities and improve the wellbeing of Dacorum residents. Grants of £500 or up to £3000:

In addition to community grants, we also support our local voluntary and community sector by signposting to other funding opportunities: Members locality budgets Each county councillor gets a budget to spend on projects in their area.

To find out who your local Hertfordshire County Councillor is visit:

Hertfordshire Community Foundation (HCF) HCF provides a range of grants to support the county's community and voluntary groups:

The Boxmoor Trusts Grants The Box Moor Trust makes available annually a small grant fund for local notfor-profit organisations. To qualify, organisations must be operating in the Box Moor Trust area of benefit, which broadly covers Hemel Hempstead and Bovingdon. Grants up to £2500:

The Box Moor Trust makes available annually a small grant fund for local art events and projects. These are one-off grants to be used for purchase of equipment or for other capital projects. Up to £500.

Community Action Dacorum - Support 4 Dacorum Community Action Dacorum offers funding advice, support and a funding search tool online for local voluntary sector and community groups:

NATIONAL Arts Council England Project Grants is an open access programme for arts, museum and libraries projects, funded by the National Lottery. Up to 15k and over 15k grants.

National Lottery Funding (England) The National Lottery is funding projects in the arts, sport, heritage, charity, voluntary, health, education and environmental sectors. You can find all their grants listed here: 

The National Lottery Awards for All – up to 10k National Lottery Awards for All offers funding from £300 to £10,000 to support what matters to people and communities:

For awards over 10k visit:  

Small Grants:

The National Lottery Grants for Heritage programme is an open programme for all types of projects that focusses on heritage in the UK:

Esmee Fairburn Foundation The foundation is one of the largest independent foundations that provide grants in the UK. Approximately 75 per cent of its Arts & Heritage grants budget go to the arts and 25 per cent to heritage projects:

Paul Hamlyn Foundation The arts programme encourages new ways for people in the UK to enjoy, experience and be involved in the arts. Funding benefits organisations and groups through the grants scheme and special projects: