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Hampshire County Council Grants

County Councillor Grant - application notes

Applicants must contact their county councillor before applying for a grant.

Organisations/groups applying for a grant must complete the appropriate application form, preferably using the electronic application process. Paper applications should be submitted to their local County Councillor for approval.

If you are considering applying to several County Councillors please contact the Grant Project Officer to discuss prior to making an application. Please contact Kate Fryatt on 01962 847848 or email

To apply electronically, you must have a valid email address.

Organisation details (Questions 2-6)

Organisation name – please state the name of the organisation who will have responsibility for accounting for the grant.

Your project/activity (Questions 7-10)

Please complete all questions to tell us about the project / activity / service you are requesting funding for and how it benefits the local community.

If your request is for building works, please state whether all the necessary approvals are in place and that permission has been granted from the owners of the building.  

Finance (Questions 11-15)

There is a minimum grant set at not less than £100 with the maximum set at £8,000.

We do not ask for bank details at this stage. If your application is successful, an officer will contact you for relevant details which will be stored securely. This procedure follows Local Authority Guidance and ensures compliance with the Data Protection Act.

Question 12 - Costs

Please provide a breakdown of all costs of activity/project.

Questions 13 Income and 15 other sources of funding

These do not apply to grants of £1000 and under.

Questions 14 Finance

Please completed the table in Question 14 showing your project’s total expenditure, income, shortfall and what funding you are asking from your County Councillor.

General Information (Questions 16-20)

Question 16 Quality Mark and Question 17 how you heard about the scheme

These do not apply to grants of £1000 and under.

Question 18 Documentation

We do not expect all organisation to necessarily have all the listed documents. Please tick the ones which your organisation has.

Question 20 Equalities

Please answer all three parts as best you can. We are not looking for comprehensive policies – just some bullet points, for example: thorough training; information sessions, staff guidebook etc. In addition to information about your policies and procedures please outline how the aims of your project will contribute towards a, b, and c.

Examples of things which may be relevant to include are:

Supporting Documentation

You only need to send in the following documents if  you have them and your grant is over £5,000.

You only need to send same document once over 12 month period. If you have sent us your documents in the last 12 months please tell us the grant reference number to which they were attached if possible. We would appreciate electronic document attachments. If, however, you only have a paper copy please write this in the documentation section and send a paper copy to your local County Councillor.

Monitoring Information

This information will help us to plan and fund areas of work where there are significant gaps and needs. If you need to collect this information from your staff or service users then it is important that you give them a choice as to whether they choose to give this personal information.

If your project is not targeted / specifically focused towards any specific group of people, please tick “not targeted”.

Grant application form

Open the application form

The application form will open in a new window. There is a two hour time limit to complete or save your form.

If you are unable to apply using the online application form, or if you wish to view the questions in advance, paper copies of the application form are available from the grant officer on request or download the forms:


Contact your county councillor for more information and assistance.

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