Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) Small Grants Programme 2023-24

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The PCSP small grants programme has been developed to provide organisations with up to a £999 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 £999 are available towards eligible costs and groups may be limited to one successful PCSP grant application per year depending upon the level of demand.

Organisations must be from within or operating within the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area. For the purposes of this programme, only formally constituted organisations which are not-for-profit that are open, accountable and representative of the geographical area which they service and which promote and enhance Community Safety can apply. Such as Community and Voluntary organisations within Causeway Coast and Glens Borough. Please note NI wide groups can partnership with local groups to apply for this grant.

Applications should be submitted online at https://www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk/

More detailed Guidance notes on completing the application online is provided on the following web-site - https://causeway.eformz.info/


Deadline for Submission of Application

12.00 noon on Friday:

Scoring of Application by PCSP Grants Panel

Working week ending on


31st March

28th April

26th May

30th June

28th July

25th August

29th September

27th October

24th November

29th December

26th January 2024

23rd February 2024

7th April

5th May

2nd June

7th July

4th August

1st September

6th October

3rd November

1st December

12th January 2024

2nd February 2024

1st March 2024


PCSP Small Grants Guidance Notes 2023