Funding Available for Community-led Solutions to Neighbourhood Crime

Closing date: Monday, 15 April, 2024

The Redbridge Safer Neighbourhood Project Fund is now open for applications. Voluntary and community groups can apply for funding of up to £5,000 for one year for projects that aim to prevent or reduce crime through community-led problem solving. 

Projects should demonstrate creative approaches to tackling issues and concerns that have been identified by the local community and align with the MOPAC priority areas. Building a Safer London | London City Hall 

How much funding is available? 

Voluntary and community groups can apply for up to a maximum of £5,000 for one year with the average award of £2500-£3000. There is a total fund of £15,030 available to Redbridge groups and the Safer Neighbourhood Board expects to fund 5-6 projects. 

How are applications assessed? 

Applications are considered by Redbridge Safer Neighbourhood Board which is made up of public sector partners such as the council and the police, as well as representatives from local voluntary and community sector organisations. Shortlisted applications are submitted to the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime for approval. 

My organisation is represented on the Safer Neighbourhood Board, can we still apply? 

Yes, you can still apply if your organisation is a member of the Safer Neighbourhood Board however your representative won’t be able to take part in the shortlisting process. 

We’ve received funding from the Safer Neighbourhood Fund before, can we apply again? 

Yes, you can still apply if your organisation has received funding from the Safer Neighbourhood Board in the past. 

How do we apply?  

To apply to the fund, please download and complete the application form and return it to shaweb@communityactionredbridge.org.uk by 10am on Monday 15th April 2024. 

 

 

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