Volunteering Wales grants 2022-25

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Volunteering Wales Grants is a scheme funded by the Welsh Government to promote and improve volunteering in Wales.

WCVA have just re-launched the Volunteering Wales grant scheme for projects that will support positive volunteering experience, tackle barriers to volunteering and have long-term impact on the community.

The 2022-25 Volunteering Wales main grant scheme is now open to applications using WCVA’s Multipurpose Application Portal (MAP).

This year’s Volunteer Wales Main Grant scheme will focus on projects that tackle barriers to volunteering, give a positive experience for the volunteer and a long-lasting impact on the community. Funding will be available up to £25,000 per annum, over a maximum of two years.

About Volunteering Wales grants

Volunteering is one of the national wellbeing indicators tracking Wales’ progress against the Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act goals.

The Well-being of Future Generations Act (2015) aims to improve the way that Wales achieves economic, social, environmental and cultural Well-being.

Through funding organisations to support and train individuals in quality volunteering opportunities, volunteering has an immediate and long-term positive impact on the individual and community. Nationally, volunteers are vital for the delivery of voluntary organisations’ missions and values.

Find out more and apply

If your organisation is interested in accessing the Volunteering Wales main grant scheme please visit WCVA’s Volunteering Wales grants page for more details or contact volwalesgrants@wcva.cymru.

Applications can be made through MAP, WCVA’s Multipurpose Application Portal. To register and see current funding opportunities from WCVA please go to map.wcva.cymru.