The Home Cooked Community Fund The Bridge Renewal Trust are leading a consortium with Mind in Haringey, Father2Father, The Godwin Lawson Foundation and the North London Partnership Consortium (NLPC). As part of the Home Cooked programme, we have a pot of funding worth £187,500 over two years to support local voluntary sector organisations and community groups to deliver violence reduction activities in Tottenham Hale ward. Application Documents You can download the relevant documents below to find out more about the bid and to prepare your application. About Home Cooked Home Cooked Funding Guidance Form Home Cooked Community Fund Application Form Home Cooked Funding Application Presentation If you missed the workshop via Zoom for the funding application. Please see the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/eePbRmbILJ6fEOe_auspZzeU6lpM8a-hXNXj3fftw2wiou39bK7YUi7LVFFgUJFX.231137Hg9ix0hMOR?startTime=1639581384000 Applications received after 11:59pm on 10th January 2022, will not be considered. Application forms can be submitted through our online application form or can be downloaded and emailed to [email protected]. Applicants will be informed one week after the closing date, whether your bid has been accepted and how much funding you will receive. Unsuccessful applications will receive feedback on their applications and are encouraged to apply again in future rounds, round 2 is expected to open in March 2022. Applications for The Home Cooked Community fund are now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted an application and to everyone who took an interest in our project.