The Capital Fund is available to community and voluntary organisations in Mole Valley for capital projects. This includes projects such as community building improvements, new playground equipment and sports facilities. Funding applications up to £25,000 are recommended.
The funding round for applications to the Capital Grant fund for the year 2022/23 is now open. The deadline for the submission of applications is 30th September 2021.
Grant payments are made after April 2022, and on completion of your project and receipt of supplier invoices.
Surrey Community Action (SCA) provide expert advice on any and all matters to do with the operation and management of community buildings in Surrey. Follow the Community Buildings Service link under 'Related Pages' for more information.
How do I apply?
Complete the Expression of Interest form to find out if your organisation and project meets the eligibility criteria.
Based on the information you provide, we will advise you if your project or organisation meets our eligibility criteria. We will also provide you with a grant application form if relevant and give you the deadlines for applying. Please note that providing you with this information and an application form does not guarantee that your application will be successful.
When making a full application you will also be asked to supply additional documents by email or post.
Previous projects awarded Capital Grant funding
Dorking Rugby Football Club - £25,000 in 2020/21
- Funding towards the upgrade of the club's medical and rehabilitation facilities and improvements to the clubhouse pavilion.
The Leatherhead Institute - £25,000 in 2020/21
- To help fund the replacement of the windows.
1st Fetcham Scout Group - £25,000 in 2021/22
- Funding towards the new scout storage facilities
B@titude/Leatherhead Community Hub - £17,500 in 2021/22
- Contribution towards the installation of toilets, kitchen area and outside space at "The Hive".
Horsley and Bookham Riding for the Disabled - £25,000 in 2021/22
- Funding towards the building of a new riding centre