Community advice and funding services & information
Our sustainable community strategy sets out our priorities for developing and maintaining Croydon as an attractive place to live, work and visit.
How not-for-profit organisations funded by Croydon Council can apply for discretionary date relief.
A fast and convenient way to receive updates on your chosen topics.
Ward budgets are a dedicated and flexible resource that councillors can use to support specific local issues and priorities financially. The funds are intended to encourage resident-led activities that are independent and self-sustaining.
Details of each ward budget and how to apply.
Current funding opportunities for not-for-profit organisations and Community groups. This includes information on Community Grants and the Community Fund
Strengthening communities through recognising, identifying and harnessing existing assets.
Credit unions offer convenient savings and low-interest loans to their members, who own and manage the credit unions themselves.
The Localism Act sets out a programme of change which the government believes will transfer power from centralised government to local people on many things which directly affect their lives.
How community organisations can bid for council buildings and land that are put forward for transfer.
Rent subsidy benefits a range of organisations including sports clubs, scouts associations, residents associations, youth and community centres as well as larger Voluntary and Community Sector organisations.
These infrastructure organisations provide advice and support to front line Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) organisations in Croydon.