LCVS Community Impact Fund helps voluntary sector organisations and registered charities do even more to build stronger communities across Liverpool and Merseyside.
How does it work?
Eligible organisations can apply for grants of up to £3,000 for projects that meet one or more of our four main priority areas:
- Income stability
- Arts and culture
Applications will be assessed on the impact that the project will have on the lives of those who benefit.
Racial Equality Task Force
In this round of grants we are also looking to support local groups who can help the work of the Racial Equality Task Force, led by Tracey Gore.
The Task Force has agreed its 5 key priority themed areas that it will investigate:
- employment, skills and economy
- health and wellbeing
- crime and criminal justice
In partnership with the Task Force, they are looking to fund organisations that can engage with communities across the city to discuss the initial findings of the group in the area of education and to provide feedback from local people. The Task Force will provide groups with the initial findings and broad recommendations prior to the start of any engagement projects.
The closing date for applications to this round of funding is 9am, 12 February 2021.
Please follow this link to apply online to the Community Impact Fund.