You can get support from the Community Partnerships team to set up and run activities to help keep people independent within their community. Contact us if you would like to discuss what support we can offer.
Shared resources are an alternative to funding.
We are creating a strong culture of sharing in Kirklees, so we can help each other to do good things in our communities. This means making the best use of our 'stuff', space and skills by lending things to each other and by sharing what we know.
Ask for help or let people know about any spare resources or skills that you are happy to offer.
You must Register with the Grants Access Point to be able to apply for funding.
Allow up to 4 weeks to register with GAP before submitting your application.
Grants and funding opportunities
Organisations can apply for funding to to deliver community based activities for disabled children and young people across Kirklees.
If you currently receive a grant from Community Partnerships, you should have received a letter outlining changes to council grant funding, and offering you support.
You can get Development support from the Community Partnerships team to set up and run activities to help keep people independent within their community.
There will be further support advertised.
Aims and types of funding
Forms and tools for recipients of funding
Measuring the outcomes from Kirklees Community Partnerships investments
Data and performance report January 2017
Evidencing the impact of social action on independence and wellbeing in adult health and social care
Community activity impacts and evidence – presentation at the national conference on Enabling Social Action February 2017.