Following the recent flooding in parts of Derbyshire and Derby City, Foundation Derbyshire is making financial grants to households, community groups and charities that were affected.
The Foundation’s Derbyshire Flood Relief Fund began making emergency grants of £200 to eligible households on 16th November. It has now launched Phase Two, which will award larger grants to assist people whose homes or premises were damaged by flooding, community and voluntary groups, and charities.
For more information on who is eligible for support and what they can apply for, please visit the MFC website.
The Flood Relief Fund was established by donations made in response to the Derbyshire Flood Relief Appeal, following the sudden and unexpected flooding and rain water run-off that hit communities in the Derwent Valley, the City of Derby and other dales in the north of the County in November 2019.
Please direct friends, colleagues and anyone else who may be eligible for support to this post for information.