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The Aviva Community Fund is now open!

Do you know a local project that needs funding?

For community projects, an ordinary thing can mean everything, but funding can be a problem. The Aviva Community Fund is back, offering support and funding to causes that make a real difference where you live.

All you have to do is tell us what you would do with the money and just how much of a difference it could make to the community. If you took part last year, you can submit the same project or a new one. Only the top-voted projects in each category will make it through to the Finals, so make sure you tell everyone about your project and its importance to the community.

Good luck!

Find out more  Submit your project now

Submissions close in

Timeline of events

12
September
Submissions open
10
October
Submissions close
24
October
Voting opens
21
November
Voting closes
28
November
Finalists announced
16
January
Winners announced

What makes you proud?

As part of people’s project submissions, we have asked them to share what makes them most proud of their community, their projects and the organisations they are requesting funding for.

The project is supported by local communities and river user groups and is seen as an essential part of re-establishing the river as a valuable amenity resource. The Trust is a well respected group, both by local communities and organisations and has a reputation for delivering quality projects.
 
We do live in a very beautiful space and what I love about Harwes Farm CIC is that I can share it !
With this project we can deliver effective, complimentary youth work, see amazing results every day in peoples' lives, and real progression for their future !
 
This voluntary led project makes a difference to lives. It supports independence and therefore carers, families and friends of those suffering sensory loss. This project is a small part of a wonderful organisation which received an award of Best UK Small Society for the Visually Impaired in 2013.
 
Travel Extra staff/directors pleasure is the change in some of our users from being pleasant but withdrawn into smiling enthusiastic willing participants through being part of 'the family' as opposed to sitting alone at home not inter-acting with others, through providing a much needed facility.
 

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