About Hambledon Community Fund

The Hambledon Community Fund was established in 2008 to create a permanent sustainable fund specifically for the benefit of groups, organisations and individuals in Hambledon.

It works under the umbrella of the Community Foundation for Surrey (CFS) which manages the Fund and whose knowledge of, and connections to, many other charities may be of use to applicants who are seeking additional grants.

As donations are made and the Fund’s capital grows, dividends are put back into the community as grants. Donations usually go into the general endowment fund but, if so requested, they can also be given for specific projects.

The capital fund stands at a little over £200,000 and by the end of 2021, 37 grants totalling approximately £43,000 have been awarded across all of the village organisations.

Any Hambledon group, organisation or individual requiring funding is encouraged to apply to the Fund for a grant. For a small grant under £2,000 click on ‘How to apply for a grant’ in these pages of the website. For a larger request visit the Community Foundation for Surrey website and make an Expression of Interest. If you need any help or have questions you can call the Foundation on 01483 478092.

Applications are assessed by CFS and then by the Fund’s grants panel which is made up of a rolling list of representatives from Hambledon’s organisations and groups.

April 2022

Contact HCF via emailing the Chair, Debbie Calverley, at hambledoncommunityfund@gmail.com OR complete the form below