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Pledge Norwich

Pledge Norwich has been set up by Norwich City Council to give charities, CICs (community interest – not for profit – companies), resident groups, co-operatives and organisations the opportunity to apply for funding for their community project.

The money that is in the Pledge Norwich fund comes from the community element of the community infrastructure levy, which is money developers are charged to contribute towards the local area.

Eligible projects will be awarded funding of up to 50 per cent of the total project cost, to a maximum of £5,000.

Current available funding = £335

Pledged £1,140 to Bluebell Model Allotment Association for their project to purchase a shipping container to be used as storage for machinery which allotment holders can hire and free-up space in the trading hut to offer more items and give advice to members.

Pledged £5,000 to Friends of Jubilee Park towards their project to build raised beds, run a food growing project and plant a wildflower meadow in Jubilee Park. Facebook: jubileefriendsnorwich
 

Pledged £800 to Dulcet Gene towards their project to engage children through community workshops in Waterloo Park in order that they feel empowered and involved in volunteering, and supporting biodiversity Facebook: dulcetgene

Pledged £5,000 to Norwich Central Baptist Church towards the establishing of a community café in the Mousehold Hub on Mousehold Avenue.
Website: Mousehold Hub


 

Pledged £4,900 to the Henderson Trust towards their project to expand their Not About the Bike workshop and allow them to work with more young people.
Website: Not about the bike


 

Pledged £5,000 to Norwich Historic Churches Trust for their Heavenly Gardens for Health project to engage residents in healthy outdoor activity through regular gardening sessions in city centre churchyards.
Website: Heavenly Gardens

Pledged £1,425 to Bridge into Community towards its project to support young adults moving between services or wanting to make changes in their lives. Facebook: bridgeintocommunity
 

Pledged £1,400 to Eaton Village Residents’ Association towards its project to purchase and install a roundabout at the Eaton Green playground.  Website: EVRA Eaton Green Playground Project.
 

Pledged £5,000 to Norwich Door to Door towards its project to buy a new accessible bus to add to the fleet and reach more people marginalised by disability. Website: Norwich Door to Door, Twitter: @NorwichDoor