Grants for community groups
Our Environmental Improvement Programme funds and delivers small-scale projects that make a lasting and noticeable improvement to the city.
Sustainable City funding is available to local non-profit groups planning local environmental projects.
Cycling and walking promotion grants are available for groups to fund schemes that encourage sustainable transport in Cambridge.
The Safer City grant scheme provides start-up funding to new, potentially on-going local projects. It also provides one-off grants to projects that will help tackle crime and antisocial behaviour.
S106 developer contributions help fund new or improved facilities in Cambridge. Grants could be used for improving community and sports facilities, or carrying out a small-scale public art project.
Public art grants are available to support small-scale public art projects. We encourage applications from community groups partnered with artists or arts organisations.
Grants for individuals
There are various grants and incentives for improving your home's energy efficiency.
The Home Improvement Agency can provide housing repair grants and loans and non-secured grants to some homeowners. It can also provide disabled facilities grants for adaptation works that will help a person continue to live independently.
The sports grant scheme can contribute towards the costs of equipment, training, club fees, and other necessary expenses.