The Community Covenant Grant Scheme delivers financial support to projects which strengthen the ties or the mutual understanding between members of the Armed Forces Community and the wider community in which they live.

An application for funding can be submitted by any part of the community; this might include volunteer groups, charities and public bodies such as schools.

This year the grant scheme has around £10million to spend.

In Newcastle, bids are considered by an Executive Group of the Armed Forces Forum comprising the 12 lead signatories of the Community Covenant. Bids that the lead signatories are happy to endorse are then submitted to the MOD Regional Grants Panel for consideration.

More information about applying for funding, including examples of successful projects, the terms and conditions and an application form, can be found on the Community Covenant Grant Scheme webpage.

Contacts

The Community Covenant Grant administration team can be contacted by email using covenant-grantscheme-northeast@mod.uk.

If your organisation might be interested in applying for a grant, please contact the Armed Forces Co-ordinator, June Hunter in the first instance for an informal chat on 0191 211 6677 or email june.hunter@newcastle.gov.uk.

Related pages

Find out more about support for veterans in Newcastle.

Page last updated: 
10 June 2014
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