The Wellbeing Subgroup is a group of local residents or members of community groups of St George who have volunteered to review grant applications to the St George Wellbeing Fund. We ask questions about the applications, sometimes do our own research into the application and assess how closely the application meets the priorities for St George.
This is the sheet we use for our assessment: grant appraisal form.
Our champion, Susan, writes a summary of the applications, giving the current amount of funding left for the year and the amount that would be left if our recommendations were followed. This, with our assessments are published in the agenda notes for the next meeting of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership. At that meeting the four councillors for St George East and West take a decision on whether Wellbeing funding should be granted. These four councillors are the Neighbourhood Committee.
Here is an example of a summary: Summary of grants applied for September 2011.
For the funding round closing 27th October, 2014 the Wellbeing sub-group will also look at applications for Green Capital grants. The decision on these grant will be taken at the December meeting of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership by all members of the partnership.
Our members are:
- Susan Acton-Campbell – champion of the Wellbeing Subgroup, member of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership, resident of St George Troopers Hill.
- Philip Bird – member of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership, resident of St George West
- Chris Deane – member of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership, resident of St George Troopers Hill
- Pete Franklin – member of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership and resident of St George West.
- Diane Jones – member of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership, resident of St George West
- Dee Moxon – Community Artist and resident of St George West
- Alderman Judith Price – member of the St George Neighbourhood Partnership and resident of St George Central
- Jo Webster-Green – resident of St George West and owner of local business, Little Treasures.
Please join us. If you would like to volunteer to become a member of the Subgroup, do contact us. We can arrange for you to attend meetings to see what we do and then, if you are still interested, talk about you joining us. There are 2 vacancies at the moment and we would particularly welcome younger members from age 16 upwards.
Here are our Wellbeing Subgroup terms of reference.
For more information please contact:
Abdul Razak Dahir on 0117 903 6409 or email email@example.com
For information about the grant itself please click on the Wellbeing grants tab at the top of this page or visit www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/grants
All meetings of the Wellbeing Subgroup are listed here: www.stgeorgenp.org.uk/meetings