Small Grant Scheme

Natural Kirklees Small Grant Scheme

Applications for the 2024 Small Grant Scheme are now closed

The Natural Kirklees Small Grant Scheme offers full members grants of up to £750 to enhance green spaces and community well-being with an environmental focus.
As in previous years, our funding for this project derives from Kirklees Council and we thank them for giving us this opportunity.
This years grants were awarded during April 2024, with a priority for groups that had not received funding in the past two years unless they requested support for plant growth at the Peace Pit facility. The successful applications were reviewed by trustees, and site visits are planned to showcase the projects and their outcomes.


For more details about the Small Grant Scheme, email ed@naturalkirklees.org and we can assist.

Details of the Grant Schemes to Date

2024 Small Grant Scheme Awards

Following the success of previous years small grant schemes, Natural Kirklees was delighted to offer the opportunity for full members to apply for up to £750 for a grant to improve the environment of their green space or the well-being of their community with an environmental connection. As in previous years, our funding for this…

2023 Small Grant Scheme Awards

2023 Small Grant Scheme Awards Following the success of the 2020 and 2022 small grant schemes, Natural Kirklees has been delighted to offer the opportunity again in 2023 for full members to apply for up to £750 for a grant to improve the environment of their green space or the well being of their community…

2022 Small Grant Scheme Awards

2022 Small Grant Scheme Awards As we exit the Covid19 lockdowns, our member group volunteers have recommenced the excellent work they undertake in the parks and other green spaces within Kirklees. Natural Kirklees, supported by Kirklees Council, offered our members the opportunity to bid for a small grant to help them with their ambitions for…

2020 Small Grant Scheme Awards

2020 Small Grant Scheme Awards At the start of 2020, discussions with Rob Dalby, Parks and Green Spaces Operations Manager and Natural Kirklees concluded that an event as had been held in previous years, to introduce the public to the work Natural Kirklees and the various Friends Groups achieve was unlikely. It was a greed…