Thomas Flack Trust Fund
Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) is the trustee for the Thomas Flack Trust Fund, which offers funding support for projects benefiting the residents of Leatherhead, Ashtead, Bookham and Fetcham. The fund has limited resources and therefore funding applications up to £25,000 are advised. Applications can be made for both Revenue and Capital projects.
Revenue costs can include activities, events, running costs (excluding permanent staff costs), publicity, equipment, and start-up costs. Capital costs may cover community and sports building refurbishments, and large equipment costs for community benefit such as play equipment.
The Thomas Flack Fund for 2020/21 is now open to new applications. The deadline for applications is 30 September 2019. Grant payments for revenue projects are made in April 2020. Grant payments for capital projects are made after April 2020 and on completion of your project and receipt of supplier invoices.
How do I apply?
Complete the Expression of Interest form below to find out if your organisation and project meets the eligibility criteria.
Based on the information you provide, we will advise you if your project or organisation meets our eligibility criteria. We will also provide you with a grant application form when the fund reopens in April 2019 if relevant and give you the deadlines for applying. Please note that providing you with this information and an application form does not guarantee that your application will be successful.
When making a full application you will also be asked to supply additional documents by email or post.
Previous projects awarded Thomas Flack Fund Grant funding
Bookham Community Association - £1,800
- To fund a disabled emergency entrance and exit ramp at community centre 'Old Barn Hall'.
South Bookham SPACE Ltd - £10,000
- To contribute towards the addition of a first floor room to extend facilities for meetings and social events.
Bookham Sports Association - £4,000
- To fund an upgrade of facilities and refurbishment at the clubhouse at Chrystie Recreation Ground.
Freewheelers Theatre and Media - £500
- To contribute towards replacement computer to edit films and run technical and media elements of productions as well as general administrative functions.
Peer Productions - £3,000
- To fund performances at local secondary schools about overcoming substance abuse and drug addition, and making better informed choices about sex and healthy relationships.