Hull Crime Reduction Fund
The Hull Crime Reduction Fund has been established by the Safer Hull Partnership (the Hull Community Safety Partnership), with funding provided by the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner and aims to provide grants to support various groups and community projects whose aims are to enhance community engagement, reduce crime and improve the lives of those living in Hull.
The aim of the Community Grant is to support those initiatives and projects that are able to demonstrate how they can support the delivery of the Safer Hull Partnership strategic aims, outcomes and priorities.
The Safer Hull Partnership priorities are to:
1) support victim’s, vulnerable people and communities by building community resilience;
2) addressing anti-social behaviour and domestic abuse through challenging violent behaviour;
3) reducing offending and re-offending; and
4) tackling substance misuse.
Size of grants
Grants are available of up to £10,000*
*Where clear evidence of need is identified and evidenced the Safer Hull Partnership will consider larger applications.
Who can apply?
In order to be eligible, you must demonstrate that your organisation:
- Is a Not for Profit Group
- Is properly constituted with a clause which demonstrates that members will not benefit on the winding up of the organisation
- Has a bank account in the name of the organisation
- Is open and accessible to the community it serves
- Has a planned approach to safeguarding issues, if you are working with children, young people and vulnerable adults
- Operates in Hull
How to apply?
Before applying, please read the Hull Crime Reduction Fund Information Pack for this grant scheme carefully.
Apply using the Hull Crime Reduction Fund Application Form (MS Word document)
Applications are only considered complete when all supporting documentation has been received either over email or posted to the office as paper copies.
If you have any questions about the Hull Crime Reduction Fund please contact Lisa Walker at Hull City Council.
Active Hull Crime Reduction Projects funded in 2020/21