Sutton Giving, hosted by Community Action Sutton, it is a local giving platform that aims to improve the lives of residents in Sutton and build a brighter future for our borough.
“We are proud to be working in partnership with Sutton Council, Sutton Clinical Commissioning Group and our voluntary and community sector partners to launch the Sutton Giving COVID -19 Crisis Fund,” said a spokesperson.
The key aim of the fund is
To assist voluntary and community sector groups and organisations providing services and support to individuals and families affected by the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
The grant is specifically for those organisations that are:
- Delivering COVID-19 Frontline Services OR
- Whose ability to operate has been severely impacted by the measures put in place to stem the pandemic
“We encourage you to read through the guidance here before applying.
“Download the application form here.
“The fund will be open from Monday 20th April and the deadline for applications is Sunday 26th April at midnight.
“The Panel will meet on Wednesday 29th April and decisions communicated on Friday 1st May.
“Until further notice we will keep the fund open with the same timetable
- Deadline for application – midnight on Sundays
- Panel to meet – Wednesdays
- Decisions communicated – Fridays
“We will aim to adhere to this timetable as far as we can. However if we are inundated with applications, your application may be pushed back to the following week but we will inform you if this were to happen.
“You will also find a detailed overview of other funding sources that are available at this time that may better suit your requirements and we would encourage you to also look into these.
“If you require any support in relation to writing applications for any of these funds then do not hesitate to contact Razia at [email protected]
“We look forward to receiving your applications. Completed applications should be emailed to [email protected]
“As always if you require any other support or advice then please do not hesitate to contact us “