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Funding available to highlight diversity in communities

Cardiff Council is inviting applications from community groups and third sector organisations across the city for grant funding to help build cohesive and resilient communities.


Grants of up to £2,000 are available to support projects and initiatives that highlight and celebrate the diversity of communities in the city.

Funding can be used for activities like holding events, producing supportive literature, or building capacity in a community.


Applications must meet at least one of the following objectives: -


  • Celebrating diversity

  • Hate crime awareness

  • Countering harmful / hateful narratives

  • Reducing community tensions

  • Community capacity building

  • Communities working together to support community cohesion

  • Promoting equality across all protected characteristics within the Equality Act 2010

  • Promoting community cohesion as outlined in the Future Generations Act

  • Links to a significant equality event (e.g. Black History Month, Hate Crime Awareness Month)


A council spokesperson said: "We're keen to hear from groups and organisations with ideas for building cohesive and resilient communities, so we're looking for schemes that enable citizens from different backgrounds to share positive relationships, to feel safe in their neighbourhoods, and to have a sense of mutual respect and shared values."


You can get more information and an application form by emailing The deadline for applications to be submitted is 30 April 2024.



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