Small Grants Scheme
Ripon City Council is pleased to announce that the Small Grants Scheme for 2022/23 is now open for applications.
The Council recognise the disruption to our local groups and organisations caused by the COVID pandemic and aim to support as many different activities in the City as possible in the coming financial year.
With this in mind the scheme will not have a closing date in 2022/23 and will remain open until funds are exhausted. We will review the applications received at each meeting of council for review and a decision.
The Small Grants Scheme is designed to be an easy to access source of funding for local organisations, with applications accepted from registered charities, not for profit and community organisations based within the city.
Ripon City Council has made the following small grants awards in 2020-21:
Ripon Community Link – £967
Ripon City AFC – £1,000
Ripon City Photographic Society (R.C.P.S.) – £600
Ripon City Panthers Junior Football Club – £1,000
Jennyruth Workshops – £765
Friends of Hell Wath – £1,000
Abbeyfield Ripon and District Society Ltd – £400
Ripon YMCA – £999
In addition to the small grants scheme the council has continued to provide funding to its community partners through the Partnership Funding Scheme to allow them to continue their work during the COVID pandemic.
The amounts awarded in 2020-21 are below:
Ripon in Bloom – £2,500
Ripon CIC – £2,750
HADCA – £3,000
Citizens Advice Bureau – £3,500
Ripon Rotary Club, Grass Cutting – £250
Ripon Library – £500
The Council also resolved to award the sums of money in the budget for 2020-21 for the Battle of Britain and Remembrance Sunday events to the Ripon branch of the Royal British Legion and the Ripon Branch of the Royal Airforce Association and they were awarded £1,000 and £500 respectively.