A park full of trees, the grass is green and the tree leaves are starting to turn yellow.

It can be difficult to know where to start when writing funding applications.

When you’re writing applications for grant funding, it’s important to make sure your project fits the fund, and that you’ve explained clearly why your project should receive the money. These tips will help you make sure you've got the bases covered.

This guide was originally written for ‘Friends of Parks’ groups, but it can be applied to any group or organisation applying for funding.

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