Dundee Partnership - Funding content The Dundee Partnership Team administers two funding streams Dundee Partnership Community Regeneration Fund This funding is available on a Ward by Ward basis for projects that aim to reduce deprivation and provide additional opportunities to close the gap for those living in our Community Regeneration Areas (incorporating places in the 15% most deprived data zones in Scotland).Applications fall into three types; Youth Inclusion. Focussing on work with children & young people, and providing activities and opportunities for them Physical & Environmental Improvements. Used to make improvements to buildings, playparks, green spaces, etc. These awards have a minimum spend of £6k Small Grants. A catch-all category for smaller applications, up to £5k (though some Wards impose a lower limit – ask your local Community Worker) Applications are assessed and awarded on a monthly basis, with a turnaround of approximately 8 weeks from application to award. In the six Wards with Community Regeneration Areas (CRAs), recommendations on funding are made by a Forum of elected local residents. In the West End and The Ferry, the Local Community Planning Partnership makes these. The application form for CRAs can be found here. Those seeking funding in The Ferry or West End should contact the local Communities Officer in the first instance. The associated data privacy statement for applicants is here. Allocations mde through the fund can be found via the below links; 2019 January-February March-April May-June July-August September-October November-December 2018 March-April May-June July-August September-October November-December Common Good Fund This funding is available for one-off awards that support ‘the common good’. Approximately £100k is available each year, with all applications assessed on their individual merit. Guidance is contained in the Common Good Application form, but if more information on potential eligibility is needed the contact is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that no decisions are being taken on Common Good applications at present. Normal processes will be restored after the current crisis is past.