Mudiad Meithrin Support

  • Our members will have the opportunity to apply for a Mudiad Meithrin grant each year.
  • Up to date information about sponsorship and new grant schemes is available on our social media accounts. There will be information about specific funds, what applications should be aimed at, how to apply, and deadlines.

Other grants

In addition to the education and Flying Start funding it is possible to make applications for other grants. Your Support Officer will be able support the application process.

  • It must be remembered that the majority of grants are available for resources, equipment or specific projects and not for the payment of salaries and rent.
  • Every county has a Voluntary Organisation Council which is able to give information about local funding schemes, and advise about how to prepare applications. For more information and contact details, please click here
  • Also town and community councils, and local businesses can award grants to local charities.
  • Committees can also view a guide and receive assistance to find grants and make applications through Wales Council for Voluntary Action

Here’s E’zzati Ariffin, our Grants Officer with 5 top tips for applying for a grant.

Some examples of grants that are also suitable for Cylchoedd Meithrin:

Awards for All – National Lottery Awards for All offers funding from £300 to £10,000 to support what matters to people and communities. Funding is available throughout the year. It’s important that you involve your community in the design, development and delivery of the activities you’re planning. Your project or activity will be more successful as a result. Please see their website for more information on how to include your community in the design and delivery of your project.

Cronfa Glyndwr – This funding is for buying new equipment/resources or to prepare marketing materials to promote Welsh medium Education.

Asda – Support available to renovate buildings and to purchase equipment. Visit your local store to discuss your opportunities.

Tesco – Support available to renovate community buildings, develop outside areas, purchase new resources and to arrange events in your community.

Co-op – Every local store support 3 different local causes per year and a percentage of the sales of that store is shared between the 3. We will post on our social media when it’s the application period.