£15,000 of funding available to community groups across the county in Shropshire.
Veolia EnviroGrant Shropshire scheme is now OPEN.
Veolia, the UK’s leading resource management company and Shropshire Council have teamed up to offer £15,000 in funding to the county’s local community groups and clubs.
Veolia's EnviroGrant Shropshire scheme enables clubs or groups to apply for up to £1,000 in funding for projects that benefit the local community or environment in the county of Shropshire. This could be projects that improve or protect the local environment through practical action or education, or projects that improve the quality of life for the local community by providing or improving facilities and resources.
The EnviroGrant scheme is aimed at groups who are looking to improve areas, from planting wildflowers to clearing paths to enable access. Whether you are doing a project that focuses on reuse and recycling, or a local school looking at developing a forest school, they want to hear from you.
The funding project is one of the many ways that Shropshire Council’s waste contract with Veolia goes to benefit the local community.
Who can apply?
To apply, groups must be properly constituted not-for-profit organisations in the county of Shropshire.
How To Apply
Veolia's EnviroGrant Shropshire is now open, the closing date for applications is January 3rd 2024, with funding to successful groups due to be awarded in March 2024.
The easiest way to apply is via our on line application form:
The terms and conditions, can be found in the leaflet here:
To help you prepare all the information required, in readiness to fill in the on line application form, as you have to fill in the on line form in one sitting.
A copy of the application form can be downloaded here:
Please contact us if you have any questions at:
[email protected] 07879 115 235
If you are looking for the EnviroGrant for the Telford and Wrekin area, you can find it here.
Veolia Environmental Trust
The trust supports community and environmental projects across England through the Landfill Communities Fund, using money provided by Veolia. For more information and to apply visit their website.