Lambeth Made CLIPS fund – a fund for sustainability and resilience
Apply for Lambeth Made/CLIP fund to help your youth project prepare for the future and adapt to a changing climate. You can apply for grants up to £10,000 to help with improving your facilities, developing your staff, improving your services and creating new ways of bringing in more income
Background to the fund
A Co-operative Local Investment Plan (CLIP) is a non-statutory local area plan that identifies local priorities for the Community Infrastructure Levy funding. The funding comes from local developers.
A review of the Children and Young People Voluntary Sector in Lambeth identified that many organisations are struggling financially in the current climate, partly due to substantial reductions in the level of grant funding available from local authorities and the increasing competition for external grant funding.
It may be difficult for your organisation to invest in training and developing your staff or improving your facilities. Funding in these areas can strengthen your organisation and help you improve the services you deliver to children and young people for the long term.
With a focus on children and young people’s services in Lambeth, the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) income has been established as a source of funding which can contribute to supporting organisations around these said difficulties.
It is anticipated that the total grants awarded over the two funding periods will amount to circa £420,000.
The two funding strands are:
1. Sustainability Funding
2. Resilience Funding, within which sit:
- A leadership and Staff Bursary Fund
- A Facility maintenance and modernisation Fund
- Resilience grants
Open application dates
Open date two commences 4 March 2019 and closes 15 April 2019 at 12pm (midday).
There will be additional closing dates every three months (mid-April, mid-July, mid-October), with the online form opening again 6 weeks before each closing date. We’re excited to announce the opening of the Lambeth Made CLIP Fund! All available documents are on this link -
Anyone over 21 who shares the YLC's aims and values
Cooperatives include non-profit community organizations and businesses that are owned and managed by the people who use its services or by the people who work there.
A town council is a democratically elected form of government for small municipalities or civil parishes. A council may serve as both the representative and executive branch.
The current district of Lambeth was part of the large ancient parish of Lambeth St Mary in the Brixton hundred of Surrey.
Anyone between the ages of 11 and 19, or under 25 for those who use services from Lambeth Council because of a disability.