Community events are a great way to bring together our diverse communities to celebrate and get to know one another, and help build stronger community relations. Listed below is details of our forthcoming events.
If you would like to organise an event or an activity in your area, you could apply to our Inspiring Communities Fund for money to help you organise your event/activity.
Tower Hamlets Homes - Annual Events Calendar
Tower Hamlets Homes Annual Events Calendar 2020/21
| Month|| Event||Details |
Holocaust Memorial Day
LGBT History Month
International Language Day
||International Women’s Day
||St. Georges Day
||Interfaith Community Iftar
||Various summer events
||Various summer events
Black History Month
Bengali History Week
|| Bi-annual. Next one is 2021
Enrol on to activities
To get involved or to find out more about upcoming events, email email@example.com
Inspiring Communities Fund
Inspiring Communities Fund now open
Tower Hamlets Homes is proud to announce that the Inspiring Communities Fund is now open for the 12th round of funding.
The Inspiring Communities Fund will offer grants of between £100 - £5000 to THH residents and community organisations with great ideas on how to improve their local neighbourhoods.* Before applying, please read through the Application Guidance Notes carefully to find out more about our funding requirements. You may be interested in partnering up with another community organisation or TRA for your application – for more information, please take a look at the Community Asset List.
We are keen to fund locally-based social activities that bring people in THH neighbourhoods together. You can apply for funding to support local events, projects and activities: if you’ve ever wanted to start a Community Food Garden or set up an exercise class to benefit others in your neighbourhood – this is your chance. Individual residents**, Community Groups and Tenants’ and Residents’ Associations can apply.
*Please note the next round of this funding will re-open on 10 April 2020.
Fokrul Hoque, Community Partnerships Manager at THH said:
"There are so many people in the community who want to make a difference – our Inspiring Communities Fund is a good initiative which helps make projects a reality. If you’re a THH resident or a local community group, and you’ve got a great idea for a project that could make a real difference to your community – we want to hear from you!”
To apply, simply download, complete and return your applications by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to the Financial Health Centre, Raynham House, Massingham Street, E1 4EB by 5pm on Friday 7 February 2020.
Click below to download:
For more information email the Community Partnerships Team at email@example.com or call 020 7364 5015.
*Applicants are not able to receive more that £5,000 across three funding rounds
**Please note that individual resident applications will need support from a TRA or Community Group. Full details can be found in the guidance notes.
For information about the projects that have been funded through the Inspiring Communities Fund, please refer to the following document:
If you have any further questions about the Inspiring Communities Fund, or if you would like support in completing your application, please contact Community.Partnerships@thh.org.uk.
If you would like to be the first to hear about future Inspiring Communities Fund rounds then please sign up to our mailing list here.
Other grants available to Tower Hamlets residents
Grants of up to £500 for small community groups.
Tower Hamlets Innovation Fund
Tap into support from the council and the Spacehive community.
Arts Council Project Grants
For individual artists, community groups, and cultural organisations.
Grants of up to £1,500 for sports activities, clubs, youth groups and community organisations.
Metropolitan Public Gardens Association
Small grants and practical assistance for community gardens and green sites.
Tower Hamlets Sports Council
Sports clubs can join the council to apply for grants of up to £500.
Near Neighbours Fund
Grants for events and initiatives that bring together people from different backgrounds.
Children in Need small grants
For not-for-profit organisations of any size working with disadvantaged children and young people.
Tower Habitats Biodioversity Grants
Grants of up to £2000 for community groups undertaking biodiversity enhancement projects.
Local Community and Environmental grants programmes.
Greener City Fund
Grants for people or groups who want to create or improve neighbourhood green spaces.