Win £5,000 for your community

The Calor Rural Community Fund has returned for 2019, bigger and better than before!

 

Home energy provider, Calor, is offering deserving community projects the chance to win a total of 21 grants, with prize pots ranging from £1,000 to £5,000.

 

Rural communities off the mains gas grid can now submit their projects for funding, with previous winners including playground and village hall refurbishments, instruments for music banks and equipment for sports clubs.

 

Now, Calor is encouraging anyone who thinks their project may be eligible to come forward and submit an application for consideration to this year’s fund.

Start spreading the news

We want to get the news out about the fund to as many communities, projects and people as possible, and that’s where we need your help! By mentioning the fund in your local parish council newsletter or by placing information on your noticeboard, you could start the ball rolling for great change in your community.

 

We would be more than happy to produce a short piece of copy or supply any additional information for you to use in your communications.

 

Alternatively, please find the Calor Rural Community Fund leaflet below, available to download, print and display, or circulate electronically.

Download the leaflet: https://i.emlfiles4.com/cmpdoc/3/2/6/4/0/1/files/54310_calor-rural-community-fund-leaflet—2019.pdf?utm_campaign=2320682_Copy%20of%20FEB18_CRCF_CouncilEmail_ROL__v1-01&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Calor%20Gas%20Ltd&dm_i=28Q7,1DQNE,87J0GQ,4JOXC,1

Finally, we’d like to say thank you for taking the time to read this email and for taking any future actions for the fund. We really do appreciate your help in promoting the scheme to rural communities across the UK.

 

For any questions or future information, please contact Natalie Isherwood or Lauryn Mellor on 01785 255146 or email natalie.isherwood@edsonevers.com or lauryn.mellor@edsonevers.com.

 

Get involved

This year’s Calor Rural Community Fund is now open for applications and will close on 29th April 2019. To find out how you can take part, please visit our Calor Rural Community Fund website.

 

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