Substantial funding for non-profits to support vulnerable households
Grants of £10-20k for projects in the WPD’s network area
29 June 2016
Not-for-profit organisations who are working to tackle fuel poverty in the South West, South Wales or the Midlands can apply for a share of a substantial £60,000 funding pot.
CSE will allocate funding on behalf of Western Power Distribution. We’ll also support successful applicants with guidance, training and resources.
“We have years of on-the-ground experience advising householders and are in an excellent position to help other groups to do the same," said James Watt, project manager at CSE. "Successful applicants will receive one-to-one support, tailored to the needs of the project. This might be practical tips, materials like advice leaflets, or connecting them with similar projects."
There are two-tiers of grant:
- A small grant of up to £10,000 open to all.
- A large grant of up to £20,000 available to those who can demonstrate a significant scale of activity, over a larger catchment area.
Grants will be awarded to projects that help vulnerable households, such as those in fuel poverty and people with cold-related health problems.
We welcome funding applications for training, outreach, referral systems and other activities that warm homes and cut energy bills.
Click here for more details on eligibility and how to apply.