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Reshaping the Council’s Grants Process

May 15, 2017 | LBH

Hounslow Council’s Community Partnership Unit (CPU) is seeking your support in shaping the priorities and criteria for our Hounslow Community Grant.
As with many service areas within Hounslow Council, the CPU has been required to make savings to our budget over recent years, resulting in reductions to the VCSE Grants Budget. It is important that we now determine how we can best use our funding to support the valuable work of the Voluntary and Community Sector and offer the best possible outcomes for Hounslow residents. 
We have made a number of proposals under four areas on which we would welcome your views;

  • Maximising the benefit of Council funding
  • Eligibility for funding
  • Proposed priority areas for 2017/18 and 2018/19
  • Applications and reporting processes

We are keen to get the views of a range of stakeholders including current and previous applicants and grantees, the wider Voluntary and Community Sector and other Council departments working with VCSE sector organisations. 
Please complete the survey via the following link  –
It should take no longer than 15 minutes.
If you cannot access or complete the survey online and would like a paper copy please contact Sara Lindsay –
The deadline for responses is 12 noon on Monday 25 June 2017.

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