Brent Cross Community Support Scheme


Hammerson, the owners of Brent Cross shopping centre, is delighted to offer the Brent Cross Community Support Scheme dedicated to supporting homelessness, food poverty, domestic violence and enterprise in Barnet.

The scheme will offer grants to charitable, voluntary or community groups within the London Borough of Barnet, who work in the following areas:

  • Food bank support and tackling food poverty 
  • Providing support services to people affected by domestic violence and abuse 
  • Supporting those who are homeless or rough sleeping 
  • Providing employment opportunities, enterprise or skills development 

This scheme will be administered through CommUNITY Barnet.

Grants of £2,000 will be available.

You can view the PDF documents for this grant which include: Eligibility Check, Application Form and Terms and Conditions of Grant.

Please ensure you read the Eligibility Criteria information. It explains who can apply and what sort of projects and costs can be funded.

All applications must be submitted online using our online application form which can be accessed after you complete the eligibility checker. 

If your organisation is eligible, you will then be directed to the online Application Form. Please complete and check your eligibility here

  • The grant opens on Tuesday 4 August 2020 at 9am.
  • You must submit your completed eligibility check and application form by Sunday 13 September at 12am.
  • Late applications cannot be accepted under any circumstances.


Get in touch

If you would like to ask any questions about this scheme, please email or telephone 020 8364 8400

Do you need further support?

CommUNITY Barnet also provides an Organisational Development service, where we give one-to-one and group guidance and coaching on setting up, governance and safeguarding, fundraising and sustainability. We provide a Finance and Accounts service, managing payroll, accounts and independent examination services for not-for-profit organisations.

For further information, please contact Jeni Osbourne at or telephone 020 8364 8400 ext 0211

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