Clarion Housing Group (formed following the merger in 2016 of Affinity Sutton Group Limited and Circle Housing Group) is the largest housing group in the country and one of its biggest housebuilders. Through its Community Grants Programme, which is managed by Groundwork, the scheme awards grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 to charities, community organisations and voluntary groups for projects which primarily benefit its residents.
- You must be a member of a community, voluntary or charity group;
- You are a charity or constituted group with a governing document in the name of your group /organisation;
- Your group/organisation’s annual income last year was less than £500,000;
- Your group/organisation’s management committee consists of at least 3 unrelated members;
- You are requesting a grant of between £1,000 and £5,000;
- Your project will primarily support Clarion residents;
- Your group/organisation has the relevant insurance and policies in place;
- Your project has received written permission from the Landowner if relevant (e.g. for open spaces projects);
- Your project will be completed within 12 months (or you have agreed a slightly longer timescale with Groundwork);
- Your group/organisation has not received a grant from this programme during the previous funding round;
- Your group/organisation has met the terms and conditions of any previous grant(s) awarded through this programme.
- All applicants should consider equality and diversity when thinking about how their project will engage the wider community.
All projects funded through the programme must engage Clarion Housing Group's residents in positive activities.
How to apply
Download the Clarion Eligibility and Application Form
Download the Guidance Document and FAQs
The closing date for sumbitted applications is 12pm on Friday 21 September.
Find out more about the projects that have already benefited from a Clarion Housing Group grant by clicking on the icons below:
Need inspiration? Click here to read how a Clarion Community Grant helped to fund the 'Bright Futures' initiative in Northumbria, helping local women grow their confidence and self-esteem through social action and here to read about how LWFCI has funded sports and fitness sessions for the local area.
Want further information? Click here to download the Clarion Annual Report 2017.