MVH’s Grants and Sponsorship Fund is now open for applications!

To request an application pack, email Grants@mvhomes.org.uk or call the Tenant Engagement Team on 07718248645

The deadline for this round of funding is Wednesday 21st June.

The amount available are:

  • Up to £3000 for constituted groups
  • Up to £500 for un-constituted groups (MVH will manage the funding on your behalf)
  • Up to £500 sponsorship.  Please note you can apply for either a grant or sponsorship - not both).

If you were awarded funding last year, you can re-apply but the project/items you apply for must be different.  If you have not returned your end of project form from last year, you cannot apply until we receive this.

The eligibility criteria for the funding is included in the pack.

Please note that all applications need to demonstrate how the outcome of the project/initiative meets one of the 7 goals set out in the Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act.  Please tick which goal your project primarily meets (even it it meets more than one).   Should you require information about the 7 goals of the Act we can arrange a short Teams meeting to run you through them and answer questions around how you might demonstrate this in your application, or you can find information about the Act by searching the Welsh Governments website.

Before you submit the application please ensure you have included all relevant supporting documentation listed on the last page of the pack - applications without supporting documentation cannot be passed to the panel for consideration.

Cymru--Woodland Grants From National Lottery Heritage Fund/Grantiau Coetir gan Gronfa Treftadaeth

The National Lottery Heritage Fund is managing two grants on behalf of the government to plant trees across Cymru. Come and find out more at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on?q=National%20%7CLottery Monday 12th June 2023 2:00PM online.


The purpose of the role is to promote and develop the community railway lines on behalf of the Heads of the Valleys Railway Partnership.  Working in partnership with the local community, business, and tourism to establish and implement a community rail development plan that will benefit the community and the railway.

The role of the Community Rail Officer is to support the Community Rail Partnership and have responsibility for the delivery of the Activity Plan that will be agreed by the regional steering group each year in line with the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act.

For an application pack, please click here

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