New fund for local community projects
The Council has put aside up to £120,000 to match funding that is raised from other sources.
Projects which get local people into employment, improve health and wellbeing, encourage civic pride, and build cohesion will be considered for matchfunding.
To access matchfunding you will need to complete a simple application process to show how your project meets our criteria.
Projects can receive up to 50% (up to a maximum of £10,000) of their overall fundraising target.
Want to learn how to crowdfund? Catch up on our recent series of online workshops for projects in Barking & Dagenham.
If you would like to start crowdfunding, you can take the first step by hitting the button below.
If you have already started a project, find out how to apply for this fund below.
Projects that fit the bill
We're a group of excited students heading on an adventure of a lifetime, as we switch Dagenham for Freetown in a life-changing culture swap.
We are raising funds to help transform an abandoned site in Marks Gate, Barking & Dagenham, back into thriving community allotments.
To provide accredited NVQ Level 3 in Cultural Heritage for a young person from the Gascoigne Estate, the trainee will receive a £15k
The UK's first LGBTIQ+ crisis/homeless shelter. An independent, grassroots project by & for the LGBTIQ+ community in London.
An initiative to showcase the culture, history and achievements of African, Caribbean and Asian communities in Barking & Dagenham.
We want to raise money to take a small group of disadvantaged children with additional needs on a residential two day adventure/orienteering
Barking Enterprise Centre CIC would like to develop a network which supports people aged 16-28 to be part of a Young Entrepreneurs Network.
We are raising funds to increase the service of the only homeless nightshelter in the borough. Our aim is to provide a year round shelter.
Download these packs to help you get started