Didcot is fortunate in having a wide variety of community groups and charities that contribute to the life of the town. The hard work carried out by an army of volunteers helps to make our town a better place to live. Grant Aid is used to support organisations and individuals who work for the benefit of the people of Didcot, and for the Council's own arts and entertainment projects.
Applying for Grant Aid
If you or your organisation would like to apply for grant aid from Didcot Town Council an application form is available to download below or may also be obtained from the Information Centre, by telephoning 01235 812637 or by email to email@example.com. Please read the grant aid policy, before applying.
All grant aid applications are considered by the Finance and General Purposes Committee. The Committee welcomes applicants at its meeting so Councillors can hear about the project.
Here are the organisations we have helped fund in the last 12 months. Each recipient must provide a report shortly after receiving funds. Click on report to see their feedback of how the money has been spent.
There are many sources of funding for a wide variety of different types of projects. Click here to be redirected to a directory of sources.Other Sources of Grant Aid
Tesco bags of help funding scheme. Click here for more information.
Please find listed below organisations we have funded over the last 12 months. Click on report to see their feedback.
- Thames Valley Police - Suicide Awareness Training
Revitalize Report May 2019 (PDF, 900 Kb)
- Be Free Young Carers
- The Abingdon Bridge Project
Didcot Advice Centre Report (PDF, 220 Kb)
Homestart Report 2019 (PDF, 219 Kb)
- Quest for Learning
- 2410 (Didcot) Squadron Air Training Corps
- Didcot Food Festival
- Gobo Theatre Group
- DACA Summer Concerts
- SOFEA & Didcot First
- King Alfred Drive Community Centre
- Didcot Tea Dances