If you have lived in Mountsorrel for a while (at least six months) and find it difficult to pay for the things that your household needs, we may be able to help you.
Contact the Mountsorrel Community Support Fund Coordinator
To apply to the fund, please contact our Community Support Fund Coordinator by phone, email or by using the contact form on this page.
The Coordinator will contact you and help you to complete the application. Please note you will need to give some financial details, but these will be kept strictly confidential and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
How long must I have lived in Mountsorrel to be eligible?
When will I hear if my application was successful?
Grant making decisions are made every six weeks, on average, so you will not have to wait long. If your application is considered urgent, the decision can be made quicker
Can I apply on behalf of someone else?
You can apply on behalf of someone else, but the Coordinator would need to speak to that person during the application process.
I represent an organisation providing services to people in Mountsorrel. Can organisations apply?
Who makes the decisions?
The rules of the Mountsorrel Community Support Fund are that there should be 16 trustees who make the decisions, comprising:
10 co-opted trustees (who live, work or otherwise have knowledge of Mountsorrel parish)
Five trustees nominated by Mountsorrel Parish Council
One ex-officio trustee (the Priest in Charge of Christ Church and St Peter’s Church in Mountsorrel)
To whom are you accountable?