The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner consults communities about local priorities, and then having set them gives funding (up to a maximum of £5,000) to those communities to empower them to be part of the solution.

The aim of the funding is to give communities the opportunity to tackle issues of concern, break down barriers and encourage partnership working.

To find out about applying for a grant (up to a maximum of £5,000) please click on the below links for information:


Grant Scheme Application Process Flow Chart

Budget Guidance

Funding Proposal Guidance Notes

Funding Terms and Conditions

To apply for a grant (up to a maximum of £5,000) please complete the Eligibility Quiz and Funding Proposal Form below:

Eligibility Quiz

Funding Proposal form

Lots of worthy causes have received grant funding over the years.  Please see below links to the organisations the Commissioner has funded:

2013-14 Grants

2014-15 Grants

2015-16 Grants

2016-17 Grants

2017-18 Grants

2018-19 Grants

2019-20 Grants


Barnsley Chronicle Stronger Together Grant Scheme


2017-18 Successful Grant Recipients

2018-19 Successful Grant Recipients

2019-20 Successful Grant Recipients

To apply for a grant (up to a maximum of £1,000)

Rotherham Advertiser Cash For The Community Grant Scheme


Members of the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioners grants panel (left to right) are: front row; Samantha Mawson and Michele Vincent; back row; Andrew Mosley, editor Rotherham Advertiser; Alex Heeley, Dr Alan Billings, South Yorks Police and Crime Commissioner and Jamie Noble, Head of Community, Rotherham utd Community Sports Trust. 191133


2018-19 Successful Grant Recipients

To apply for a grant (up to a maximum of £1,000)


Other funded initiatives:

2017-18 Funded Initiatives

2018-19 Funded Initiatives

2019-20 Funded Initiatives