Community Investment Fund






The EN:Able Community Investment Fund (formerly known as the Frameworks 4 Good Fund) is one of the consortium’s delivery vehicles for social and economic regeneration in the communities of its social housing  landlord members.  It opens for applications from community groups working across Yorkshire and Humber once a year from August to October.

In its first 4 rounds of funding (2012-2015) the Fund has awarded a total of nearly £250k to 90 projects.

Round 5 2016

The fund will open again for applications on 17 August 2016 with a closing date of 28 October 2016.

Free Application Guidance Events

In 2016 the Fund will launch with 3 free events across the Yorkshire and Humber region to offer as much assistance as possible to all community groups interested in applying.


WEST & NORTHDownload West Event Flyer

Tuesday 16 August 2016 10am-12.30pm
The Glasshoughton Community Centre
Leeds Road, Glasshoughton, WF10 4PF
Eventbrite - EN:Able Community Investment Fund Application Guidance Event WEST YORKSHIRE



SOUTHDownload SOUTH event flyer

Wednesday 17 August 2016 10am-12.30pm
The Ivanhoe Centre, Gardens Lane,
Conisbrough, Doncaster, DN12 3JX

Eventbrite - EN:Able Community Investment Fund Application Guidance Event SOUTH YORKSHIRE


HUMBERDownload HUMBER event flyer

Thursday 18 August 2-4pm
Victoria Dock Village Hall, South Bridge Road,
Victoria Dock, Hull, HU9 1TL

Eventbrite - EN:Able Community Investment Fund Application Guidance Event HUMBER


How the Fund works

Maximum grants awarded


Closing Date for Applications

The Community Investment Fund Panel

Projects funded in the first 4 Good Fund bid cycle 2012

Projects backed in the second 4 Good Fund bid cycle 2013

Projects backed in the third 4 Good Fund bid cycle 2014

Projects backed in the Community Investment Fund bid cycle 2015

If you require any further information about the Fund please

contact us


Efficiency North frameworks have an integrated management strategy to deliver our  vision

through 4 core aims:

  • efficiency;
  • workforce development;
  • community investment;
  • environment and sustainability.

Each objective has a measurable outcome and delivery vehicles are built into the frameworks to ensure that the outcome is achieved.

During the tender process prospective suppliers and contractors were evaluated on their responses demonstrating activities and projects they’d participated in which brought about social and economic benefit.  Applying this approach has resulted in frameworks populated by contractors who understand the concepts behind social economic regeneration and can also contribute to the strategies which lead to its successful delivery.


In February 2014 the Fund was shortlisted as a finalist in the National GO Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2014/15 for the Sustainability or Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Year Award.

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In June 2014 the Fund was shortlisted as a finalist in the national CIPS Supply Management Awards 2014 for Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility.

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