DONG Energy announces 2nd round of grants for community projects around Liverpool Bay
The lucky recipients will each receive a share of the £112,500 windfall available under round two of the Fund.
Netherton Park Community Association scooped the largest award and will use their grant to deliver a family money-management advice and support service to tackle the ever increasing problems of restricted budgets and debt faced by so many families in this area.
Each year, approximately £225,000 will be made available for community projects for the expected 25 year lifetime of the Burbo Bank Extension offshore wind farm, which will benefit the local area.
The full list of organisations awarded grants under this round of the Community Benefit Fund are as follows:
- Flintshire Disability Forum – £5,000
- North Denbighshire Domestic Abuse Service – £4,000
- Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council – New Brighton’s Mermaid Trail – £10,935
- Netherton Park Community association – £12,688
- The Open Door Centre, Wallasey – £4,966
- St Nicholas Church, Harlech Road, Liverpool – £5,000
- Bootle Tool Shed – £5,000
- St Asaph Allotment Society – £5,000
- Allandale Community Youth Works – Sports and Amateur Boxing Club, Seacombe – 8,000
- The Rhyl Little Theatre – £4,947
- Prestatyn Offa’s Dyke Society, Hillside Shelter – £5,000
- Dee Estuary Voluntary Wardens – £4,770
- Alt Valley Community Trust – Walton Park Sports Centre, Liverpool – £7,846
- FareShare – £12,500
- River and Sea Sense £4,848
- Sefton Council – £12,000
Natasha Nanuck, DONG Energy’s Stakeholder Advisor, said: “We are delighted to see such a wide range of organisations receiving grants in the latest round of the Burbo Bank Extension Community Fund. Over the operational lifetime of the wind farm there will be opportunities to help many other groups who are making a real difference in their local communities.”
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