Mick George Community Fund
Parts of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Norfolk and Rutland.
Total Grants Available:
£750,000 (approximately) per year
Fund Provided by:
Mick George Limited through the Landfill Communities Fund
Organisations can only apply for a grant if their total project cost is more than £10,000 and less than £100,000.
The Fund supports projects located in proximity to our donor’s (Mick George Ltd and recently acquired Frimstone Ltd) landfill sites and other waste treatment sites situated throughout the East Midlands and Anglian regions.
To see whether your project falls within the eligible funding area, please click on the map image below:
If you would like to check if your project is within the eligible area, click the ‘View larger map’ icon (top right)to access the magnifyer which, once clicked will enable you to enter the project postcode.
There are currently two funding rounds each year.
The next closing dates are:
To find out which organisations were previously awarded grants, please click here. This link will take you to a map where you can find out more about the projects supported by the Mick George Community Fund.
The Mick George Community Fund uses an online application process. Applications in other formats will not, therefore, be accepted.
If your group is not able to complete an online application form due to specific communication requirements, please contact GrantScape so that we can help you with alternative arrangements.
Applications received after a closing date will be automatically submitted to the next funding round, if available.
Mick George Sports Fund
Mick George Ltd also provide the Mick George Sports Fund, run in association with Living Sport and Northamptonshire Sport – organisations that specialise in improving the health and well-being of people, through participation in sport and physical activity.
More information about the Sports Fund can be found here
Individual grants are available between £500 and £1,500, for capital community sports projects or developments, which are open to the general public.