Apply for Community Board funding
An annual budget is allocated to Community Boards from the council’s Annual Revenue Budget which is approved by Full Council each year.
Each Community Board is set an allocated budget. The level of Community Board funding allocated to each area is based on:
- the population of the area
- the levels of deprivation
How funding is used
The Community Board budget provides funding to support local projects that will help to:
- improve outcomes for residents
- address the area priorities determined by each Community Board
- support the delivery of Buckinghamshire Council’s Corporate Plan
Community Boards will set local priorities and develop action plans to address these areas in a way that is tailored to local circumstances.
Projects that address these priorities and local needs are welcome from community and voluntary sector groups.
The maximum funding available for a project is £15,000. All projects must have some financial contributory funding to help deliver the project.
Types of funding
There are 2 types of funding available:
- Community Board Project funding
- Small Grants funding
All funding allocations must operate in accordance with the policies and decisions of the council.
Before you apply
It is a requirement that projects are discussed with your Community Board Manager before filling in the application form to ensure that they are eligible, meet the board priorities and sufficient funds are available.
Submit an application
Once you have discussed your proposal with the Community Board Manager, you can fill in an application form.
If your proposal is less than £1,000 and funding is required to cover the whole cost of the project, you may be eligible for Small Grant funding.
View our Community Board Small Grants page to learn more and apply for a Small Grant.