South Norfolk & Broadland Healthy Choices Fund

Fresh fruit and vegetables at the Russell Street Community Centre
Grants of up to £2,000 are available for organisations that wish to build upon or upscale their existing food-related project in South Norfolk or Broadland.

Projects that aim to promote healthy lifestyles within your community will be prioritised. The funding can cover areas such as:

  • Paying for volunteer training
  • Purchasing equipment or food stock
  • Expanding the reach of your project in your community

This funding opportunity has been made possible by the South Norfolk and Broadland Health and Wellbeing partnership.

This grant might be right for you if:

  • You are a constituted voluntary group or charity.
  • Your project is based in South Norfolk or Broadland.
  • You run a food-related project and would like to be able to develop your service.
  • You can spend your grant within 12 months of receipt.

This funding is NOT right for you if:

  • Your food project does not have the capacity to be upscaled.
  • You are simply looking for ongoing core costs.
  • You are looking for funding towards large capital items of refurbishments.

All applicants must meet NCF’s general eligibility criteria.

How to apply

Please use the ‘Apply online’ link below to begin an online application.

When to apply

This fund is open on a rolling basis and will close when all funds have been allocated. We will aim to review and process applications within 2 weeks.

Grants must be fully spent within a year of grant receipt.

Call for Applications

Open

Maximum Grant

up to £2000

Who can apply?

Charity, Faith organisation, Parish/Town Council, Social Enterprise/CIC, and Voluntary/Community Group

Eligible Area

Broadland and South Norfolk

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