Haringey community groups get final stab at £50,000 grants

20:19 05 April 2012

Haringey Council Civic Centre

Haringey Council Civic Centre

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Time is running out for community groups to submit their bids for a share of Haringey Council’s Investment Fund.

The fund, totalling £820,000, is designed to support entrepreneurial, innovative and sustainble voluntary organisations in the borough.

To have a shot at up to £50,000 per year for up to three years, organisations must submit a detailed application of how their work supports the council’s priorities. They can bid up until 9am on Tuesday, April 10.

Organisations wishing to tender must first register, then complete the necessary forms on the online e-tendering system. Paper submissions are not accepted. For more information, call Haringey Council on 0208 489 2293 or email voluntary.sectorteam@haringey.gov.uk.

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