W3RT is proud to work in partnership with Watford Borough Council, Three Rivers District Council and other key donors to distribute vital funding to enable our local community to thrive during challenging times.
W3RT manages a range of funding streams in consultation with our partners that local charitable groups can apply for, under the umbrella of the W3RT Community Funds. You can find further details below on the different funding opportunities, eligibility criteria and application process.
These funds are open to support activities that are 100% charitable. All groups are expected to show that they have good governance and management arrangements and funds will only be allocated to support work in the area of Watford and/or Three Rivers.
If you have any questions, please contact [email protected] or call or text 07908 209 908. If you are a new group that has not yet opened a bank account, please talk to us ahead of making an application and we can support you through this process.
At this time, we do not have any open funds in Watford. This page will be updated once new funding becomes available. Please contact [email protected] if you would like support with identifying funding opportunities.
1) Three Rivers Sustainability Fund
W3RT manages a funding pot for Sustainability projects in Three Rivers area. This fund is available to voluntary organisations whose projects/activities support the communities in Three Rivers area, and help with the climate change crisis. The maximum award an organisation can apply for is £1650.
Funds will only be allocated to support work in the area of Three Rivers. The activities that are to be funded should align with the Sustainable Development Goals, be in pursuit of sustainability solutions, and support the councils Climate Emergency and Sustainability Strategy and Action plan which can be found here. If your project does not fit those mentioned directly but is linked to mitigating climate change, and enhancing sustainability, please apply and explain why it fits.
This is a rolling application process and we will update this webpage once the funds have all been allocated.