On Saturday 9th November, sparks will fly, flames curl and explosions resound as the sky over the Aldwick & Pagham Scout Hut …Read More
The Secure Communities Scheme aims to distribute up to £1,000 cash a month. It also provides security advice to successful applicants.
Any grassroots project or activity that is organised by and benefits the local community can apply. Activities only have to meet simple criterion: that they are organised by and support a local community. That means any charity, social enterprise, not for profit and community venture can apply so long as the funds are spent locally. Apply today.
There are very few limitations, but the scheme prioritises grassroots organisations which are too small to attract typical sponsorship or funding support. The schemes that benefit most are those with a security aspect as well as a funding need, such as fetes, festivals and local shows. Any refurbishment, redecoration or maintenance projects that benefit local communities are relevant, including allotments, sports clubs, village halls, common land or community centres. Community events are also eligible from school fund-raisers to food banks, breakfast clubs or tea dances, firework displays or fun-runs.
Burg-Wächter is a leading company providing locking products that keep people’s home, property, equipment and businesses safe and secure. The company provides safes, post boxes, locks, cables and chains, alarms and smart security solutions. Behind the company’s promise ‘Always the Safe Choice’ is a commitment to help protect what is important to people. Besides physical security, being part of an active and thriving community is a vital factor in helping people feel safe and secure. Encouraging and protecting such communities is the principle behind the Burg-Wächter Secure Communities Scheme.
It depends on the event or activity, which is why the Award includes advice on the right security kit to suit each applicant. Burg-Wächter typically receives requests for cash boxes, locking products like padlocks, cables and chains and digital door locks or KeyMinders alongside Wi-Fi cameras and alarms.
Saturday 9th November 2019, Scout Hut Sefter Road Pagham PO21 3EE
The Mirfield Show goes from strength to strength With help from a Secure Communities Scheme award of £1000. The Mirfield Show was the latest event to benefit from the Burg-Wächter Secure Communities Scheme. …Read More
The Maldon Festival runs for a fortnight in mid-summer, playing to audiences drawn from the town and surrounding region. The Festival aims to involve the local community in staging, performing and attending musical performances …Read More
St Columba's Catholic Primary, based in Bradford West Yorkshire, have launched its new kitchen garden with a little help from BURG-WÄCHTER UK. The concept of the "Kitchen Garden" is to provide a natural …Read More
Applications are prioritised based on their impact on the local community. This is assessed on the application providing a lasting benefit to its community or/and encouraging and increasing local engagement and interaction. Those applications that identify security requirements are also prioritised. The aim is to support applications where the funds make a significant difference and that would not normally get funded by other means.
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