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Grants of up to £5,000 are available to support community and voluntary initiatives which will reduce crime and make Hertfordshire a safer place to live by helping to deliver the aims of the Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan for Hertfordshire (2022 – 2027). The fund empowers local groups to find solutions to community safety problems.
The Commissioner is keen to work with and fund a range of organisations from the community who have a shared interest in delivering positive outcomes and improved services for residents.
The fund is open to voluntary and community groups, charitable and not-for-profit organisations, Community Safety Partnerships and Parish, Town and District Councils.
The Commissioner particularly wants to support innovative projects which have sprung from local collaborations and partnerships and can make a lasting difference to communities in terms of safety.
The fund is for projects rather than sole running costs.
Proposals can cover a range of activities lasting up to a year.
These can include but are not limited to practical work, research projects, awareness raising or training.
We can also fund equipment and materials.
The fund is now closed for 2022 and will reopen again in early 2023.
For more information including eligibility and grant criteria and to apply for a grant please click the following link: Police and Crime Commissioner's Action Fund.
To see previous successful bids please click on one of the links below:
For further guidance, and to apply please follow the link to the Hertfordshire Community Foundation website
Hertfordshire Community Foundation is a registered charity which aims to tackle need and deprivation in Hertfordshire and to improve the quality of life for everyone who lives here.
They do this by providing grants to enable Hertfordshire charities and voluntary groups to tackle identified needs of the communities of Hertfordshire.The Foundation also manage funds for people and organisations wanting to support local causes. Since inception in 1988, they have awarded over £12 million in support to local communities.The Foundation currently manages over 100 funds on behalf of individuals, families, companies and other organisations.
Commissioner's Community Fund - Grant Recipients June 2013
Commissioner's Community Fund - Grant Recipients November 2013
Commissioner's Community Fund - Grant Recipients March 2014
Commissioners Fund - Grant Recipients September 2014
Commissioners Fund - Grant Recipients March 2015
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