The Earls Count - Community Fund logo
The Earls Count - Community Fund logo

Applications to the 2023 Community Fund will open on Monday 3rd April.

The Fund aims to support the local community in and around the Earls Court site, in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. It will focus on offering grants to charities and community organisations, to deliver projects and to ensure local groups can continue to provide longer term support for the community.

The total value of the Earls Court Community Fund is £180,000 per year. Organisations can apply for a grant of up to £15,000 for projects taking place for up to 12-months to deliver community activities supporting local residents to engage with their neighbours and build community connections, improve their health and wellbeing or to support young people’s personal development, education and training.

The Earls Court Development Company team recognises that many residents and voluntary groups are facing additional pressures due to the cost-of-living increases. This Fund aims to support essential and meaningful projects and organisations that benefit the communities in and around Earls Court.

How to Apply

  • To apply for a grant please click here for the online application form.
  • You can apply at any time, but you must submit your application by the deadline which is 5pm on Tuesday 30th May 2023.
  • The full guidelines can be found here.

If your application is successful, you must be able to spend the money within 12-months of the grant being awarded.

You will need to keep and provide the following;
• Financial records of how the grant is spent, including receipts and invoices
• Records and evidence of the identified outputs e.g. number of people benefiting, number of sessions, records of attendance etc.
• Records of the identified outcomes e.g. the difference the project has made to participants, participant feedback, staff observations, external reports from partners
• Photographs of the project activities (if appropriate)
• A case story from one participant including quotes of how the project has supported them

To be eligible to apply to the Community Fund organisations must meet the following points:

  • Be a not-for-profit organisation that is formally constituted (have a signed governing document in the organisation’s name).
  • Have good financial management procedures, including a record of income and expenditure.
  • Have a bank account set up in the organisation’s name, with at least two unrelated cheque signatories.
  • Be connected with and meeting the needs of the local community in and around the Earls Court site – specifically the Earls Court Opportunity Area
  • Delivering activities that either take place within the Earls Court Opportunity Area, or activities that directly benefit people who live, work or study in the area.

If you have any questions on the Community Fund please contact The Earls Court Development Company Team on

2022 successful applicants 

2021 successful applicants