Funding for Music, Performance & Sport:
The Brodstock Community Support Fund
Brodstock 2020 sees the launch of the Brodstock Community Support Fund.
Dedicated to fulfilling our aims and values the fund provides a source of funding to promote participation and interest in music, performance and sport to our Brodstock community here in Hipperholme and the immediate surrounding areas.
(Within a circa 2.5 – 3 mile radius)
Our Brodstock AIMS are to:
Promote participation and interest in music and performance
Celebrate and promote our local community
Create a compelling annual family -friendly day out
Raise funds and awareness for worthy causes
Be a force for good
Our Brodstock VALUES are:
All applications must be made in writing to: Brodstock Community Support Fund – BrodstockCSF@Virginmedia.com or by filling in the application form below
Successful applicants – in the event of a successful application for funds you agree that you will;
- provide (or be available for) relevant digital pictures and/or comment which can be used in our future marketing and promotion materials
- complete a brief feedback from regarding the outcomes and impact of your grant.
If you have any further questions please refer to our FAQs
A. The Brodstock Community Support Fund is money raised directly through the annual Brodstock Music Festival
A. Brodstock Community Support Fund grants are non-repayable funds that enable schools and community groups to provide and/or enhance services and activities.
A. The grants are available to applications submitted by schools and community organisations within the immediate vicinity of our Brodstock home here in Hipperholme
(Within a circa 3-5 mile radius of the Old Brodleians Rugby Club)
A. Funds are available to be used to support any community-based project, though given our background and fundraising activity we are especially keen to promote participation and interest in music, performance and sport throughout the local community, such as;
- Purchasing of music equipment
- Support with music tuition (through our Partners at (https://www.bcmusic.org.uk)
- Or anything else that can promote participation and interest in music and performance
And, as the annual Brodstock Music Festival is run by over 100 members (and friends) of the Old Brodleians Rugby Club, we will also use part of the funding to help encourage kids to get active through rugby by;
- Purchasing rugby equipment
- Supporting schools/groups in the area with rugby opportunities
A. Our funds are unfortunately limited, though we aim to provide circa £10,000.00 over the next 2 years and we will aim to support as many projects are possible, grants are available for between £250.00 to £1000.00
A. We want to promote participation and interest in music, performance and sport and will give special consideration to applications that effectively demonstrate their contribution to the Brodstock values and aims;
Our Values: Community, Collaboration and Teamwork
Our aims, to;
- Promote participation and interest in music and performance
- Celebrate and promote our local community
- Create a compelling annual family friendly day out
- Raise funds and awareness for worthy causes
- and to generally be a force for good
A. Our funding will come directly from Brodstock 2020 ticket sales and allocations of funding will be made after this year’s festival in June 2020 (for the school year 2020/21)
A. Application based on the criteria set out above can be made from 1st March 2020, the closing date for 2020 applications will be Friday 26th June 2020.
Successful applicants will be notified no later than 17th July 2020 and the funding/resources available from the start of the academic year 2020/21.
If you have further questions please email us at;