Community groups across the County continued to benefit from the South Hook LNG Community Fund in 2020, receiving financial assistance across a diverse range of projects and activities.
The South Hook LNG Community Fund in partnership with Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS), seeks applications from community organisations and initiatives that promote community enhancement in the areas of safety, environment, education and wellbeing.
“We are proud to have been able to continue offering a helping hand to local organisations through these challenging times,” said Mariam Dalziel, South Hook LNG’s PR Manager. “Whether helping to inspire and educate young scientists, assisting in the upgrade of community spaces or supporting some of the most vulnerable in our community, we are delighted that monies from the Fund have supported so many worthwhile projects.” Mariam emphasised, “The Community Fund will continue its support in 2021. Local community groups are encouraged to apply.”
“We look forward to seeing the projects supported by the Fund and the benefits of these throughout the County, it is reassuring to see funds remaining open and available for valuable community activity”, said Lorna Livock, PAVS’ Funding Development Officer.
The South Hook LNG Community Fund aims to support community projects in Pembrokeshire that have a long-term sustainable benefit for the community, demonstrate an element of match funding or encourage community volunteering. Applications are considered by a panel of South Hook LNG staff, with the support of PAVS, on a quarterly basis. Visit https://www.pavs.org.uk/ for information on how to apply.