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Grants and Donations for the Local Community

The Town Council is permitted under Section 137 of the Local Government Act 1972 (as amended) to make community grants and donations to voluntary bodies and also to charities where no specific grant making power exisits in other legislation and where, in the Councils opinion, the grant will benefit any part of the inhabitants.

 

The Town Council have indicated that the following priorities will be met in its community grants ans donations programme -

 

Support for Older people - Support voluntary organisations working with the elderly within the community

 

Children and Young people - Investing in young people and those organisations working with young people to provide skills and recreational opportunities

 

Safer and Stronger communities - Support for initiatives to improve the town environment

 

The Town Council within the limitation of the resources available wish to support charities or not for profit organisations who are engaged in helping those who live within the Town Council area or organisations based outside the town that benefit people who live in Pembroke Dock (The postcode for the Town Council area is SA72 6--). Prioirity will be given to organisations  which have a base in the town.

 

The Council will therefore consider offering grants and donations to those bodies which meet the following criteria:

 

  • The services, facilities or activities for which a grant is sought are wholly or mainly benefitting the community and residents of Pembroke Dock.

 

  • There is a need in Pembroke Dock for the specific services, facilities or activities provided by the organisation.

 

  • The organisation is a registered chairty or not for profit body.

 

  • The organisations has financial need which will be assisted  by the grants or donations sought or without which the services, facilities or activities could not be provided at a much reduced level.

 

  • Other sources of funding have been fully investigated and where possible secured.

 

  • The organisation actively encourgaes disadvantaged groups in the community to make use of the services, facilities or activities provided.

 

The Town Council will not provide grants or donations to activities promoting political or religious beliefs.

 

The Town Council require a formal grant application form to be completed from voluntary groups/ charitable organisations

 

If you have any difficulty completing this form please contact the Town Council staff for assistance.

 

Please note:

All applications will be discussed in open Council, and information contained on the application form will be available for public inspection.

 

Because of the Councils financial limitations it cannot guarantee that all application meeting the criteria will recieve a grant.

 

If grants are awarded by the Town Council then organisations must comply with the following rules.

 

1. Pembroke Dock Town Council must be promoted as sponsors on projects that have been funded by them.

 

2. Pembroke Dock Town Council will receive a progress report on the specific funded project before the end of the financial year in which the grant is paid and certainly before another grant is applied for.

 

3. The organisation applying for a grant must show that other grants have been sought.

 

4. Of the people benefiting from the grant, the majority must be in Pembroke Dock.

 

5. The Town Council must be assured that the organisation is viable and worthwhile.



 

Grants application pack is shown below

Grants application form
Grant Application Form.docx
Microsoft Word document [55.4 KB]