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  • Community Resilience Planning Fund 2021/22

    Created: 13/10/2021
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance

    Fife Council’s Community Resilience Planning Fund 2021-2022 is available to support projects and activities led by community groups and voluntary organisations aimed at enhancing the resilience of local communities to incidents through enabling a local response.

    • Up to £1000 is available per group/organisation, per annum.
    • Upon applying you will be asked to provide details of proposed purchases and how these will be used to support your projects/activities aimed at enhancing the resilience of local communities to incidents.

    Full criteria and the application form can be found on Fife Council Fife Grants page.

    The fund closes for applications on 28 February 2022.

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