Every year the Lochgelly Community Council receives a small grant from Fife Council that is used to support the community council in pursuit of it’s stated aims and objectives. There is some committed costs to running a Community Council, however through frugal accounting, and Community Councillors committing their own funds (such as not claiming allowable expenses, volunteering their skills, etc.), has allowed the Lochgelly Community Council to provide small grants to other local groups and initiatives within the local area.
Grants cannot be guaranteed and any requests may result in a partial funding award, or none at all. The amount awarded is usually between £25 to £150 and only when we have spare funds available and through agreement by Community Councillors. If you are running a local group or local project and are seeking some financial assistance, please contact us, telling us a little bit about your project and the amount of money you are seeking.
For larger donations, we have included details of local funding programmes currently available below our list of current donations.
|14/15||Old Folks Committee||£100|
|14/15||Remembrance Day Tea||£100|
|14/15||Remembrance Hymn Sheets||£33|
|14/15||Benarty Food Bank via Lochgelly West Primary School||£25|
|14/15||Community Christmas Lights||£100|
|14/15||St Pats Primary school – Pupil Reward Scheme||£50|
|14/15||Lochgelly South Primary school – Pupil Reward Scheme||£50|
|14/15||Lochgelly West Primary school – Pupil Reward Scheme||£50|
|15/16||Fife Blind Society||£50|
|15/16||Old Folks Reunion||£100|
|15/16||Community Christmas Lights||£100|
|15/16||Lochgelly Bowling Club||£90|
Local Funding programs are in place with several external organisations, below we have provided information on two funding organisations that have a spcific criteria to help fund organisations operating the Lochgelly area.
|4 Winds Trust||Lochgelly Common Good Fund|
|The 4 Winds Trust distributes funds received from the Little Raith Wind Farm in the localities of Auchtertool, Lochgelly, Lumphinnans, and Cowdenbeath. Application forms are below, but please check the websites for the latest guidance and application procedures, including details of where the application should be submitted to.||The Lochgelly Commn Good fund distributes funds only within Lochgelly for projects that can show some form of positive benefit to the local area. Application forms are below, but please check the websites for the latest guidance and application procedures, including details of where the application should be submitted to.|
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