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As a not-for-profit company, our customers are at the heart of everything we do.
So we have launched the Welsh Water Community Fund to give something back to the communities we are investing in.
We know we sometimes cause disruption in the communities we are working in, and we want to leave them in a better place once we complete our work.
The Community Fund is a chance for communities to boost fundraising efforts for good causes in their area. If you live in an area where we are working – and you’re fundraising for projects to benefit the community – you could receive funding from Welsh Water up to a value of £1,000.
Any non-profit organisation can apply for the Fund. The project must be based within the communities we serve and priority will be given to the communities where we are, or have been, working.
All you have to do is complete our online application form here. A special community fund panel will consider your application and make a decision on whether your project is successful or not.
Or you can download the application form here and return it via e-mail to email@example.com
Successful applications can receive up to a maximum of £1,000 funding per project
Following the submission of an application, applications will be considered by a dedicated Community Fund panel.
The Fund will allow groups to improve their communities through a range of areas:
Yes, but priority will be given to those schemes where Welsh Water are, or have been, working.
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