West Hendon Community Trust Fund

Community Trust Fund


What is the Community Trust Fund?

The fund has been set up by Barratt Metropolitan LLP (BMLLP) to encourage and support the delivery of community projects and causes at West Hendon over the coming years.

Projects can range from youth activities to education and training and to career advice. Any community group, tenant group or business in the area can apply for funding.

BMLLP has recently paid £50,000 into the Trust and this is available to the community now. A further £200,000 will be made available on completion of Phase 3C.

The fund is managed by a group of trustees – members of the local community and representatives of the development partners. They will consider each community application and decide which ones to support.

How can I get involved as a Trustee?

BMLLP is looking for two local residents to volunteer as trustees of the fund. The trustees’ role is to help shape the delivery of projects and decide as a group how the fund is managed and invested. They would also help to look for other sources of funding.

Anyone who is interested in becoming a Trustee to make a difference and help their community is encouraged to contact Andrew Bindi:

T: 020 3535 4331 | M: 07702 532 946

E: Andrew.bindi@mtvh.co.uk

How can I apply for funding?

The Community Trust Fund is open to all residents and groups on the estate to apply for funding in order to deliver community projects and activities in West Hendon.

Applications can be made at any time.
 The Trustees review bids twice a year before allocating funding to the successful applicants. The next round opens in February 2019 and closes 31st March 2019.

To apply, download and fill in the application form relevant to you. The forms can be found at the bottom of this page. There is one application form for individuals to fill in and another for organisations.

Please also download a copy of the ‘funding criteria and guidelines’  which will give you more information and guidance on how to make your application. A copy of this can be found below.

To find out more information, please contact Andrew Bindi at Metropolitan:

T: 020 3535 4331 | M: 07702 532 946

E: Andrew.bindi@mtvh.co.uk



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