Community Grants

Applications welcomed for community grants of up to £500

Matlock Rotary Club Community Grant

Terms of Reference

  1. The award of a grant will be limited to up to £500.

  2. Grants will be awarded to community organisations and social enterprises, serving the Matlock community.

  3. Applications for grant aid shall be submitted in writing on the form available.

  4. Applications shall include financial information, referees and outcomes arising from a grant award.

  5. Publicity will be given to successful applicants.

  6. Mentoring may be provided by members of the Matlock Rotary Club, if this would be beneficial to the successful applicants.

  7. Applicants must demonstrate in their applications how an awarding of a community grant would be beneficial.

  8. Applications with matched funding will be given preference.

  9. Applications will be considered on their merits and there is no guarantee that a grant will be awarded.

Applications by completion of the form downloadable from


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