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Welcome to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Online Funding Hub


To apply for any of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Councils grants please apply online here

Our Community grants are open to not for profit, constituted groups to deliver a wide range of activities and projects that benefit the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Area.

Our Enterprise Fund is open to local businesses within their first two years, to help address barriers to growth via innovative approaches.

You can find information on available funding, get guidance on the application process and complete your application online here.  If successfully awarded one of our grants you can now download your claim pack within relevant grant section below.

Second round of Sustainable Food & Essential Supplies Grant now open

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has re-opened its Sustainable Food & Essential Supplies Grant Programme.

The funding, which has been provided by the Department for Communities, is aimed at projects designed to improve access to food and other essential supplies.

Following a successful first round, 24 organisations are in line to receive support totalling over £50,000.

Organisations who missed out on the initial call, or those who weren’t successful, can now reapply if they have discussed their new application with a Council officer. Please note, groups can only receive one grant from this programme and successful applicants cannot re-apply.

Officers in the Community Development and Environmental Resource teams are available to provide guidance to any new applicants by emailing

To apply to the COVID-19 Sustainable Food and Essential Items Grant Programme go to

Applications can be submitted online from Wednesday 17th November until Wednesday 8th December at 12 noon.

Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) Small Grants Programme 2021-2022 - Opening 15th September 2021.

The PCSP small grants programme has been developed to provide organisations with up to a £500 grant to organise a project or event that will help prevent, reduce, address crime and help people feel safer in their own communities.  Grants of up to £500 (Five Hundred pounds) are available towards eligible costs and groups may be limited to one successful PCSP grant application per year depending upon the level of demand.  For more information go to

For detailed guidance notes and application form, please select

For all other enquiries regarding Business Support during the COVID-19 pandemic please

​Details of the 2022/23 Grant programmes are as follows:


 Opening date/time                                Closing date/time 
Building A United Community Fund 25th October 2021 Tues 30th Nov 21@12 noon
  Wed 1st December @ 9am Rolling Fund
Culture Arts & Heritage  Wed 1st December @ 9am Fri 28th January @ 12 noon
Culture Arts & Heritage - Creative Practitioners Bursary Scheme  Wed 1st December @ 9am Fri 25th February @ 12 noon
Culture, Arts & Heritage - Youth Creative Skills Bursary  Wed 1st December @ 9am Fri 22nd April @ 12 noon
Community Development Support Grant  Wed 1st December @ 9am Fri 28th January @ 12 noon
Social Inclusion Grant Wed 1st December @ 9am Fri 28th January @ 12 noon

Community Festivals Fund Grant  

Wed 1st December @ 9am Fri 11th February @12 noon
Town Twinning Fund Wed 1st December @ 9am Rolling Fund
Landfill Communities Fund Grant Wed 1st December @ 9am Fri 11th February @ 12 noon
Tourism Large Events Fund  TBC TBC
Tourism Events Growth Fund  Wed 1st December @ 9am

Stage 1 closes 17th Dec12 noon

Stage 2 closes 11th Feb 12 noon
Enterprise Fund TBC TBC
Rural Business Development Grant TBC TBC
Christmas Festive Fund Thur 1st September 2022 Fri 1st October @ 12 noon


Please see below links to other organisations offering funding in response to COVID-19

The next round of  Building the Community Pharmacy Partnership funding is now open. The number of sessions and the number of participants have been reduced and planning/training has been increased in light of COVID-19.  We are encouraging participants to hold their projects using Zoom where possible.

Building the Community Pharmacy Partnership funding is open to constituted community/voluntary organisations and community pharmacies based in Northern Ireland.   Projects must be a partnership between a community/voluntary organisation and a community pharmacy. Either can be the lead applicant but both partners must be named in the application form. 

You can download a pack here

If you would like to discuss with a member of the BCPP team, please email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Princes Countryside Fund are providing grant funding opportunities in response to COVID 19, this may be very useful for your community group and area at this difficult time. If you have any queries regarding this funding, please follow up directly with the Princes Countryside Fund. The below links are to their home page and also directly to their eligibility criteria and guidance document for your convenience.     Home page:-

How to Apply

To apply for any of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Councils grants please apply online here.

Please note that applying for a grant is a competitive process and awards are subject to the availability of funds and may be subject to change.

Please do not wait until near the closing time to submit your application.

Be aware of the speed of your internet connection, your system configuration and the volume of general web traffic that may impact on the time required to upload your application.

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for transmission delays.

Your completed application must be received before the deadline.

Applications received after the advertised deadline will not be accepted.

Contact Us

If you would like further information, please contact us