£250 available for BME and faith groups in Whitehawk, Manor Farm and Bristol Estate

Due East have launched a new grant for BME and faith groups in the Whitehawk, Manor Farm and Bristol Estate area.

Grants of up to £250 are available for projects that help meet the following objectives :

  •   Enable new community activity to take place involving residents from cultural , ethnic and faith groups who have  previously not carried out community activity in the DueEast area.
  •   Bring together people from different cultural ethnic and faith backgrounds in inclusive and accessible activities so that  these differing traditions can be celebrated and better understood in the local community

To apply, you need to complete a short application form and make a 1 minute YouTube video about your project idea. You will also need to attend a public voting event in September or October, before being awarded a grant.

Deadline for applications is 17th September 2015. You can download an application form from the Due East website.

If you want any help or support in developing your project ideas or making your application contact the Serendipity community development team: [email protected].