Who is the Fund for?
The RPCF was set up to make a real difference to our immediate local area by supporting local grass root charities and community groups.
Based on analysis of local needs the Fund supports projects which focus on one of three key focus areas:
1) Social Cohesion
2) Health & Wellbeing
Organisations must benefit people within Regent’s Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury wards of Camden (post codes NW1, W1W and W1T), as shown on the map. Organisations may be based within or outside this area, the most important thing is the project supports people in the local area.
Type of organisations
There are currently no restrictions on what form the community organisation takes, and may include registered charities, community groups, social enterprises, educational institutions and others. They must have an established government structure.
Making a meaningful difference
The community organisation must commit to collect and report key input, output and impact data annually, both quantitative and qualitative.
Applications for the third year of The Regent's Place Community Fund are now open.
Grants of up to £7,500 are available for projects which support one of our key themes.
Read full guidelines and criteria here.
It is possible to view the questions here.
Applications open for Year 4 of The Regent’s Place Community Fund: August 2019 and close: 23rd September 2019
Timeline for year four:
- August 2019: Applications open for Year 4 of The Regent's Place Community Fund
- 23rd September 2019: Applications close
- October 2019: Shortlisting
- 8th October 2019: Panel meeting to select successful grants
- November 2019: Grants approved and offered.
If you have any questions about the Fund please contact email@example.com
The Regent's Place Community Fund is an exciting new initiative led by a number of businesses based at Regent's Place.
The Regent’s Place Community Fund allows occupiers to easily contribute to their immediate local area in London, an area often overlooked by global community strategies. Find out how you can get involved.
The Regent’s Place Community Fund will be open to charities and community groups within the local area. More details can be found here.
Regular updates about the Regent's Place Community Fund can be found here! Find out how we are getting on so far.
Click here to find out who The Fund is for and whether your organisation is eligible to apply.