*2019 fund details available in January 2019*
Derwent London has a dedicated voluntary Community Fund, as part of its ongoing sustainability programme and commitment to developing community engagement. The Group’s Community Fund was launched in 2013 with £250,000 committed over three years in Fitzrovia; £300,000 for 2016-18, with a further commitment of £300,000 for 2019-21 divided equally between the West End and the Tech Belt* area.
Funds available for 2019
Tech Belt - up to £25,000 available in spring 2019 and £25,000 available in autumn 2019
West End - up to £50,000 available in spring 2019
Community Fund - how to apply
The spring 2019 funding launches in January 2019. Derwent London invites local community groups, residents and local business owners to apply for funding of their community projects.
The deadline for applications will be announced in due course. Please follow the links below for the the application form and guidance notes below.
Spring 2019 Timetable
January 2019 - Community Fund details available
April 2019 - application deadline
May 2019 - announcement of fund recipients
Applications - link/downloads available in January 2019
Community Fund application link
Community Fund guidance notes
If you have any queries about the fund, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Press release - Tech Belt Community Fund autumn 2018 recipients
Press release - Community Fund spring 2018 recipients
Press release - Tech Belt Community Fund winter 2017 recipients
Press release - Community Fund 2017 recipients
Press release - Tech Belt Community Fund winter 2016 recipients
Press release - Tech Belt Community Fund summer 2016 recipients
Press release - Fitzrovia Community Fund 2016 recipients
Fitzrovia Community Fund March 2016 Update
Press release – Fitzrovia Community Fund 2015 recipients
Fitzrovia Community Fund March 2015 Update
Press release – Fitzrovia Community Fund 2014 recipients
Fitzrovia Community Fund January 2014 Update
Press release – Fitzrovia Community Fund 2013 recipients
*The Tech Belt is defined here as the area extending from Kings Cross to Whitechapel, largely covering some EC1 and E1 postcodes.