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Wembley Park Community Fund

The Wembley Park Community Fund, led by Quintain in partnership with The London Community Foundation, London Borough of Brent and key Wembley Park contractors John Sisk & Son, McLaren, Wates and McAleer & Rushe— provides grants and funding to local charities and voluntary groups of between £5,000 and £10,000. This year is the fourth year of the Fund which has provided £305,067 to 34 projects across Brent since its foundation in 2016. This year the Fund will align with the following UN Sustainable Development Goals to deliver projects in priority areas of arts & culture, sport, reducing anti-social behaviour, tackling violent crime, and supporting vulnerable adults.

The aim of the Fund is to make a difference to the lives of residents in Wembley Park and the surrounding area by encouraging community engagement, participation and place-making through a variety of community-led activities.

This year the Fund’s alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals will seek to help a wide cross section of society with priority given to projects that:

  • Provide opportunities in the arts and culture
  • Create opportunities through sports
  • Reduce anti-social behaviour, the risk of harm and re-offending
  • Reduce violent crime, including gang and knife crime
  • Offer support for vulnerable adults, enabling them to remain independent and lead active lives

Applications are now open for the fourth year of the fund. The deadline for applications is midday on Monday 28th September 2020.

“This year has been particularly challenging for communities due to the devastating impact of Covid-19. I am proud that we are able to offer so many organisations in Brent meaningful support to ensure that even more local people will benefit from this Fund. This is just one of the ways we will continue to support the Brent community which has been such an integral part of the new creative neighbourhood we are delivering at Wembley Park.”

James Saunders, Chief Executive Officer of Quintain

Wembley Park Community Shamrocks and Sugar in Wembley Library
The Yellow Musicus Wembley Park Community Fund

Latest Recipients

Community Action on Dementia – Brent

For the development of a dementia café

Daniel’s Den

To continue the parent and toddler group at The Yellow, Wembley Park’s purpose-built community space. and start a Dads’ group at the weekend

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Every Person Is Capable

For a men’s peer support group at The Yellow, training and an International Men’s Day event

Hendon Youth FC

For football coaching sessions and a holiday programme for young people aged 4-18 in Kingsbury

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Hilltop Circle

For football training sessions and participation in league football for young people aged 12-24 in Stonebridge

Intercultural Musicology CIC

For music workshops for children aged 0-12 and their parents at The Yellow, Wembley Park

Latin America House

For a Cultural Coordinator to organise a programme of Latin American cultural activities over a year

Musicus CIC

For music classes in Brent

The Promise Foundation

For a mentoring project for disadvantaged young people in two Brent schools over a year

Track Academy 

For a holiday programme of sports, education and enrichment activities for young people in Willesden

Unique Community Charity

For youth theatre sessions focused on the theme of language at The Yellow, Wembley Park

Upswing Aerial Limited

For a series of twelve arts workshops for children aged 5-12 in Brent

Work Rights Centre

For a Fundraising & Development Manager for an employment rights clinic in Wembley

Youth Engagement Solutions Ltd

For a programme of education support and wellbeing activities for young people aged 10-25 in Pupil Referral Units in Wembley