Grant Information for 2020

Please see the information below about how to apply for a small grant on behalf of your Carers Group

Application Deadlines

31st March 2020

Panel Meeting on 8th April 2020

30th June 2020

Panel Meeting on 8th July 2020

30th September 2020

Panel Meeting on 12th October 2020

25th November 2020

Panel Meeting on 2nd December 2020

Please click here to view the Guidance Document and here to download the Application Form. Please return all completed applications by email to groupgrants@carersmatternorfolk.org or post to:

Carers Voice Membership and Grants Officer

Carers Matter Norfolk

St Clements House

2-16 Colegate

Norwich, Norfolk

NR3 1BQ

As from September 2019, we are asking for all members of the group applying for a grant to be registered with Carers Matter Norfolk and Carers Voice Norfolk and Waveney in order to access the benefits of membership. Please click here to download a Carers Matter Norfolk Enquiry Form to provide to your members so they can register. Please return any completed forms to sophie.little@carersmatternorfolk.org or follow the return details at the bottom of the form.

What are the benefits to registering with Carers Matter Norfolk now?

By registering with Carers Matter Norfolk, carers will only have to tell their story once. Carers will receive a call from the Advice Line to register them fully. Once registered carers will know what Carers Matter Norfolk can do to help them and if they require any help or his crisis, they will not have to re-explain everything and will be able to access help immediately.

What are the benefits of registering with Carers Voice Norfolk and Waveney?

By confirming membership (which is free) of Carers Voice, carers will be kept up to date with free events and relevant information for carers. They will be able to ensure their voice is heard and listened to at a local and county level. All carers are welcome to attend Carers Voice locality network meetings where carers and people working with carers come together and share information about services and support for carers to identify what works well, what could be improved and co-develop local solutions to gaps in support. Carers are directly able to feed into the design and delivery of services and support for carers and have the opportunity to represent carers to the wider community.