SUPPORTING WELSH COMMUNITIES

Funded Projects

The Fund makes grants to Welsh community organisations and projects, awarding money across five themes: young people; community; health; culture and environment. Since the Fund for Wales was established in 2011 we have awarded 74 grants totalling over £90,000 through the Fund for Wales. 

We've featured some stories of projects the Fund for Wales has supported in our How We Help section of the website. Below is a full list of all of our grants made to date! 
 

Group

Project

Area

Theme

Amlwch Age Well

Established a new History Club to organise field trips to historically significant areas of Anglesey.

Anglesey

Community 

Bardsey Bird and Field Observatory

Developed the systematic trapping and monitoring of moths, allowing for better, wider reaching research and conservation reporting.

Gwynedd 

Environment 

Deganwy Friendship Club

Group outings for members of this older peoples friendship club to Shrewsbury, Liverpool and Gwydir Castle 

Conwy

Health 

Llanelli Community Heritage

Completed the installation of informative panels and blue plaque at historically important local places of interest.

Llanelli

Heritage 

Merthyr Youth Creative Development Project

Arranged several trips outside of Merthyr, including a camping trip to the Gower and a theatre trip to London.

Merthyr

Young People 

Play Wales/Chwarae Cymru

Improved the quality, reach and commercial sustainability of the groups' toolkit project.

 Anglesey

Young People 

Newport PHAB

Arranged holidays for members, both physically disabled and able bodied, who would otherwise have been unable to afford a break.

 Newport

 Health

 Yoga Mobility  A new series of four specialist yoga classes for disabled adults.  Cardiff Health 
 William Mathias Music Centre A grant to support the running costs of the Mostyn Harp Festival.  Gwynedd Heritage 
 North Powys Youth Music Trust Enabled the organisation to develop essential music activities for children and young people across North Powys.  Powys  Heritage
1st Kinnerton Scout Group Installed a modern, economical, reliable and safe heating system at the Group Headquarters to be used by the Scouts and other community groups in the area.   Flintshire

Community 

Young People

       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
 



 

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