Dangerous Dads – Bognor Regis, which was formed earlier this year, has been granted £1,000 under the Community Bursary initiative. Dangerous Dads groups run regular, fun activities for fathers and male carers with children of all ages, both daughters and sons.
Lancing Manor Cricket Club and the Adur Collective Community Land Trust will also each receive a £1,000 donation.
Richard Walbourn, regional managing director of CALA Homes, said: “The last 12 months have been particularly hard for the charity and volunteering sectors, with many now seeing reduced funding at a time when local communities need their services most.
“CALA aims to make a positive and lasting contribution to the communities in which we build and that’s important now more than ever. We know that this year’s bursary will mean a great deal to the charities selected and we can’t wait to follow their progress and see how the donations will make a real difference to local people.
“We would like to thank everyone who took the time to apply to the CALA Community Bursary this year and commend each and every one of them on the fantastic work they are doing within their communities.”
The Community Bursary initiative invites charities, voluntary organisations and community groups to apply for a share of funding, and more than 300 worthy causes have between them received more than £300,000 since it was launched in 2016.
The scheme was paused in 2020 as a result of lockdown but was relaunched earlier this year to support groups and charities in need, particularly those which have been impacted by the pandemic.
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