Ashton Community Trust – Community Bursary Awards 2016
This is the 7th year of the Annual Ashton Community Bursary Awards. The purpose of the Bursary Awards Scheme is to enable the Ashton Community Trust to use some of its resources to provide help to other community led projects in the Greater New Lodge area especially where there is clear evidence of voluntary input and where financial resources for a group are scarce. To date over 80 bursaries have been granted to local groups involved in activities such as sport, outdoor pursuits, art, music, health, housing, culture, history, remembrance, safety and well being. Ashton has now distributed over £35,000 in Bursary Awards.
In providing financial support Ashton Community Trust is recognising the fantastic voluntary input from a wide range of individuals and groups at grass roots level in the Greater New Lodge area.
To be eligible for an Ashton Bursary Award, groups must meet the following criteria;
• Is working in the Greater New Lodge area
• Is inclusive and non party political
• Is meeting local needs and providing local services
• Has modest resources and would find it difficult in accessing funding
If you have received a grant in the past you must provide some detail about how this was used for the benefit of the local community.
Maximum grant available is £500
Total grant fund available is £5,000
For a Bursary application form contact Paul O’Neill or Louise Hunter at the Ashton Centre 5 Churchill Street. BT15 2BP Phone 90 742255