Nine deserving causes have shared over £3,000 between them to help them to spread their good work.
The Mayor of Louth, Coun Jill Makinson-Sanders, handed over grants to the organisations at the Louth Town Council meeting on February 12.
The Louth Area Autism Family Support Group, which is due to launch on April 12 at the Trinity Centre, received £200 to help with their start-up costs. When launched, the group will provide support for parents who have children with autism.
A cheque for £400 went to the Louth Dolphins Swimming Club, who Coun Makinson-Sanders described as ‘a credit to the town’.
Meanwhile the Louth and District Gardening Society, which is in its 24th year and boasts over 50 members, picked up £200 and the Louth Cottage Garden Allotment Association, which has over 150 members, received £300.
The Louth and District Help for Homeless Group provides interest free loans for people who find themselves in the grim situation of being homeless. Mrs Makinson-Sanders handed over £500 to the cause.
A grant worth £400 went to the Louth and District Concert Society to help their bid to recruit more young people. The society puts on six classical concerts every year in the town.
A biggest grant was given to the East Lindsey Citizens Advice Bureau. Coun Makinson-Sanders handed over £1,000 to help their efforts to keep local offices open, and to give free help and advise to people who find themselves in all sorts of difficult situations.
A grant of £100 went to the East Lindsey Domestic Abuse Service, who provide refuge and support for women and children who are the victims of domestic abuse.
And Louth Old Boys FC, who run 15 football teams from the London Road pitches in Louth, received £200 to help them grow further.