Apply for a Community and Arts Grant

Use this form to apply for a Community and Arts Grant, under £1500.

Small community and arts support grants are awarded to not-for-profit voluntary and community sector groups based and operating in Wycombe district.  The maximum award is £1500.

Grants are awarded to one-off projects/events/activities which will be delivered over a defined period of time. Applicants must provide proof that they are offering a service to their local communities which will be of direct benefit to Wycombe district residents. Evidence must also be provided to show that a grant will provide value for money in terms of what can be achieved for residents. Grants are intended for specific capital expenditure. 

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Please note that you cannot save the web form as you go along. You may, therefore, want to prepare your answers using the paper form [Word | 523KB] before transferring to the web form.

Privacy statement

We (Wycombe District Council) will collect and process some personal information as part of your grant application. We need to collect and process the information so that we can perform a task carried out in the public interest and in the exercise of our official authority: that is, processing your grant application.

We will collect this information through a web form. We will not share any of the information collected with any other person or organisation.

We ask for this information to help us process your grant application.

We ask for personal identifiable details of named group/organisation officers (name, and contact details) in support of your grant application.

Your information collected through the web form will be sent to the relevant council service by email.

Your information will also be held within our web content management system (CMS) database for 31 days and then permanently deleted. The database is held in a secure UK based data centre leased by our CMS provider: Zengenti Ltd, Old Pump House, Cleedownton, Ludlow, SY8 3EG.

Please also refer to our full data privacy statement.