The Future Communities Initiative - funded by RWE Goole 2 Wind Farm and coordinated by East Riding of Yorkshire Council - has developed a new project seeking to enhance community development in local towns and villages in south east/west Holderness.
Proposals are invited from organisations that will make an impact and enhance activity at the grassroots level, offering support, development training and network opportunities to individuals wanting to get involved or build on their involvement in their local community. The ambition is to support a pathfinder project within East Yorkshire geographical area of South East/West Holderness Wards.
Councillor David Elvidge, portfolio holder for community involvement and voluntary sector at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: "Local community action and volunteering has always been a key element in the vitality and wellbeing of communities. Community development, where there is a coming together of local people to take action to solve problems and meet needs, is at the heart of sustainable places.
"This has been demonstrated over the last year as the pandemic has had many positive impacts on community action and volunteering, with individuals stepping forward and communities pulling together to offer support and making a difference."
Proposals will look to inspire individuals by:
Applicants are invited to submit their full submission document as per the project specification Ref 004a, in PDF format electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12noon on Wednesday, 15 September 2021. For more detailed information about the Project Specification requirements please visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/future-communities-initiative and follow the links.
If you have any queries please contact the fund facilitator at email@example.com
For further information on the wind farms and RWE Renewables UK Ltd, visit https://uk-ireland.rwe.com/rwe-renewables-uk