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Hull Food Partnership: Food Inequality Small Grant Funding Programme

Published at 12:22 pm Wed Sep 22nd, 2021

Hull Food Partnership has developed a small grants programme funded by RB and Hull City Council. The aims of which are to enable VCS projects to pilot new approaches to addressing food poverty and financial inclusion together.

Grants available:

£2,000 grants for pilot projects to explore how new approaches to financial exclusion can enable people experiencing food insecurity to eat well and reduce the impact of financial exclusion on poor health outcomes and diet.

£500 grants for smaller projects that bring communities together over the medium of food. This could include a wide range of free opportunities for people to learn about, share and enjoy healthy and sustainable food - e.g. through talks, challenges and competitions, demonstrations, intercultural and intergenerational events, food festivals and town meals.

Please note that you can only apply for one grant and you will need to declare which grant you are applying for in this application.

Grant submissions and work commencement

Applications for these grants need to be submitted by 5pm Friday 29th of October 2021.

Applicants will be informed of the grants panel decision week beginning 15th of November 2021.

Work funded by this grant must be delivered within the period of November 2021 to the end of March 2022.

To apply

Download the form below, complete and email back by 5pm on Friday 29th of October.

In the subject line put the name of your organisation and which grant you are applying for (£2000 or £500).

For more details about what the grant will and will not support visit the Hull Food Partnership site here.