How it works
Choose your six numbers
Win up to £25,000
See your community shine
Good causes in South Staffordshire need your support and one way you can help is by buying a lottery ticket in the weekly Community Lottery.
As well as supporting a good cause you might even win a cash prize ranging from £25 up to a jackpot of £25,000.
To buy a lottery ticket, simply register on the website (www.southstaffslottery.co.uk) or telephone 01902 213777.
Two causes in Wombourne supported by the Community Lottery are Wombourne Volunteer Bureau and Girlguiding Wombourne.
Find out more about them here…
Wombourne Volunteer Bureau
Wombourne Volunteer Bureau provides a much loved and valued service for the community.
We need your help so we can continue to offer and even expand our service!
We run a transport service for people to medical appointments of any kind, stay with the patient whilst they wait and assist them moving around if needed. We even provide a wheelchair for patients who require one.
Four days a week we cook meals in our 5* hygeine rated kitchens. The peope who come are usually elderly and come for a variety of reasons. If you wish to avail yourself of this service contact us and enjoy a two course meal, and good company for only £3.
We provide a medical supply hiring service. People can hire such items as wheelchairs, commodes, walkers from us. If they are needed permanently, we sell you them at a knock down price. Our equipment is maintained by our trained engineer.
We act as a drop in centre, always feel free to pop in and have a coffee/tea with us. A warm welcome is always given.
Finally, we run a coffee morning/jumble sale on the last Saturday of each month (not December!) starting at 10:15. We would love to see you there!
Thank you for your support and good luck!
Mrs Joan Smith
Girlguiding Wombourne provides a much loved and valued service for the community.
We need your help so we can continue to offer and even expand our service, by repairing our much needed Guide Hall.
Thank you for your support and good luck!
Miss Rebecca Fletcher
Apply for a grant of up to £1000
The submission process for the South Staffordshire Community Innovation Fund opens Monday 6 August 2018; applicants will have until 5pm on Friday 28 September 2018 to submit a completed application.
Grants up to £1,000 are available for all Community and Voluntary Sector organisations in South Staffordshire, including those registered to the South Staffordshire Community Lottery.
In order to apply for the Community Innovation Fund, the organisation must:
- Provide community activities or services within South Staffordshire and/or which are of direct benefit to the residents of South Staffordshire
- Have a formal constitution or set of rules
- Have a bank account requiring at least two unrelated signatories
- Operate with no undue restrictions on membership
- Complete and submit a full application form
And be either a;-
- Constituted group with a volunteer management committee with a minimum of three unrelated members that meets on a regular basis (at least three times a year);
- Registered charity, with a board of trustees;
- Registered Community Interest Company, and provide copies of their Community Interest Statement, details of the Asset Lock included in their Memorandum and Articles of Association, and a copy of their latest annual community interest report.
The South Staffordshire Lottery Budget is open to all Community Voluntary & Social Enterprise groups in the district including those listed on the lottery website.
Funding will be awarded to those good causes that can demonstrate support for:
– Community development and support
– Health and wellbeing
– Social enterprise
– Supporting family life
– Counselling/ Advice/ Mentoring
– Education and Training
– Poverty and Disadvantage
– Social Inclusion
– Crime prevention
– Sports and recreation
– Older People
20% of the total funding available will be channelled into health initiative.
South Staffordshire Council is seeking to help organisations that have knowledge of the local communities within South Staffordshire, which have experience in working with communities at a local level and have a proven record of working with local people in a community setting.
If you would like an application form, please call the Parish Council office on 01902 896300.
Please return your completed application to:
Policy and Partnerships\
South Staffordshire Council
Key contacts for funding, application queries or the submission of the application.
Clodagh Peterson, Corporate Support Manager
Maggie Quinn, Community Wellbeing and Partnership Officer
Become a member of Support Staffordshire (for VCSE organisations membership is FREE) and access support in writing your application https://www.supportstaffordshire.org.uk/member or contact