Who are we? 

Cronfa Asedion Cymunedol / Community Assets Fund is a LEADER funded Pembrokeshire based project. 

We are a regional lottery scheme who work closely with local people in their communities. 

How does it all work?

We ask you to contribute £5 a month or £60 a year. Sign up using the forms on the website. Thesecan be found in the About section of our website.  

As an example, £60 a year will be broken down into 3 parts;

  • 50% of your money  will go back into a community group, project or local good cause of your choice. 
  • 35% of your money will be put back into the mothly lottery prize pot.
  • 15% will be put back into keeping the project running and general administration costs.  

So at the end of one full year of participation, you will be able to donate £30.00 to your local community group or project. If you have told 10 people about the scheme and they all participate for a year, that is £300.00 raised for your cause. Not  forgetting your monthly chances at winning some cash in the lottery draw. 

If you do manage to sign people up to the scheme yourself, we offer a small cash incentive upon 3 successful monthly standing orders. You can read more about this under the Promoters information. 

We wish you lots of luck in the draw and look forward to hearing about where you have sent your money. 



Helping raise money for local community projects & organisations

The promoters sheme benefits people who bring others into the project buy offering them a small cash incentive. 
For every person you sign up we will give you a £10.00 commission fee for the first 6 months and then £5.00 thereafter.
For example, if you successfully register 10 people, the project will give you £100.

We will provide you with all of the information you need to promote the project in the form of a Promoters Welcome Pack.

Please contact us for more information

Cronfa Asedion Cymunedol / Community Assets Fund is a 'pilot initiative' using LEADER funding through Arwain Sir Benfro (Pembrokeshire Local Action Group). For more information regarding the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) please visit http://eur-lex.europa.eu/browse/summaries.html

You could be in with a chance to win £100 or more. Join today