We are pleased to announce the tenth round of the Landfill Disposals Tax Communities Scheme (LDTCS) is now open to applications. For main grants between £5,000 – £49,000.
Deadline for applications: 10 July 2023, successful projects will start in October 2023.
If you have a project idea which would benefit the community, check out your eligibility by visiting our website and using the map to see where eligible sites are.
The LDTCS funds projects with a focus on Biodiversity, Waste Minimisation and the reduction of Waste to Landfill and Wider Environmental Enhancements.
The previous nine rounds of LDTCS have funded some great projects which are making positive environmental enhancements in their locality with the support of the community. From the reintroduction of pine martens to reuse of discarded plastics, there is a variety of activity happening across Wales.
You can read more about the projects already running in Wales from here.
SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE
We receive a high number of applications which makes the funding process very competitive. If you would like support and guidance in the development of a project you can contact your local Third Sector Support Wales CVC here.
HOW TO APPLY
In order to submit a request for funding, you will need to register with WCVA’s Multipurpose Application Portal (MAP). If you have previously registered with MAP, you can log in by entering your username and password on the home screen.
Organisations can register by visiting the website https://map.wcva.cymru.
If you need help registering on MAP please follow this video.
If you have any questions about LDTCS please get in touch with the WCVA Grant Funds Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOOKING FOR FUNDING?
Find funding for your charity, community group or social enterprise using the free online search engine, Funding Wales.
You can search hundreds of grant and loan finance opportunities on Funding Wales from local, national and international sources, from small grants to large capital projects. We’ve recently improved the functionality of the site as well, including:
- An alert function that notifies you if new funds relevant to your searches are added
- The ability to save searches so you can access them when you like
- The ability to download searches in different formats
As well as this, we’ve made some ‘under the hood’ changes to the site to improve the quality of everyone’s searches and help you find the funding you’re looking for.
If you’ve not previously registered, but would like to take advantage of the funding search, register at funding.cymru. Funding Wales is completely free to use for anyone working or volunteering in the voluntary sector in Wales.